What my mind feels like

I was walking back to the Light Rail station last night with my camera and decided to play with light for a few minutes. It was therapeutic as I had been struggling much of the day learning how to code using Processing for one of my classes at the University of Denver. Still don't have a firm understanding of how the code works, but I do know what I can create with it.

These creations were reflections of my mind after the long day of teaching and learning on the two different campuses. Now that both terms are underway I should be able to find a rhythm. Instead I'm certain I will have much more interesting visual representations of thoughts in the coming months. It will be good. Very good.



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