Category Archives: People

Jamba Juice

Infuse blender
Smoothie serving
Psychographic trends

Participating in food chain requirements, embellished with modern convenience, patrons seek not fast food but rather good food quickly.

“Psychographics speaks more to an attitude, a lifestyle.” – Richard Hayne

Being Strong

Honorable dignity
Firm determination
Long-term resilience

Duncan Plaza is a small public park in New Orleans located not far from our hotel of temporary lodging. An underutilized green space across from City Hall, it functions as a convergence locus that connects several distinct and diverse downtown neighborhoods, including the homeless.

“Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but in the consciousness that we deserve them.” – Aristotle

Crossing

Traverse interpretation
Scattering amplitudes
Continuation energies

As a matter of discernment, beauty is available to all people even in the most ordinary of circumstances.

“Nobody ever figures out what life is all about, and it doesn’t matter. Explore the world. Nearly everything is really interesting if you go into it deeply enough.” – Richard Feynman

Mercado Callejero

Fresh produce
Wedged in space
Morns that pass by

Going back through images captured years earlier always excavates things overlooked. Creative development adopts and utilizes its changing criteria of meaning and truth.

“The ordinary consciousness conceives things as being, and studies them in quality, quantity, and measure. These immediate characteristics, however, soon show themselves to be not fixed but transient; and Essence is the result of their dialectic.” – Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Upon Arrival

Current disposition
Emotional baggage
Positive arrangements

Distinctively unique in resplendent neutrality, terminals are spaces of active transition.

“What you are you will carry with you.” – Louis L’Amour

Ostensibly Independent

Sympathetic account
External world
Occurrent believing

Kant’s categories as underlying structures of cognition are forms and functions of judgment. Broadly speaking, cognition is the mental process of acquiring knowledge and comprehension via sensation, thought, and experience.

“Visual experience presents itself as a direct awareness of a complex physical structure.” – Wilfrid Sellars

On a Corner

Out in the street
Hang around
Aimlessly

Cross-town vignettes play-out on an intimate scale. Everyone is the center of his or her own microcosm.

“All you do is slow me down, and I got better things on the other side of town.” – Jimi Hendrix

Move On

Early venue
Similar style
Sweep of sand

Multi-modal signal processing is sanctioned on the beach, as adolescent preening successfully attracts attention in a compatable display.

“There’s never enough time to do nothing!” – Daniel Radcliffe

Motion Stripes

Temporal succession
Causal sequence
Potentiality

With discrete particle and continuous wave properties, light comes to you from all directions. Adding force fields to matter connects everything together in space and time.

“One step, two steps, three steps; like winds of time experience joy of centuries, when movements become revelations of the dance of destinies.” – Shah Asad Rizvi

Miscellany

Symbols for the abstract
Extensively annotated
Walk in the sun

Surrendering to the transformative powers of physical exertion, earthly ambitions fall away. Free movement in the open air can generate a plethora of stimulating ideas, engaging the mind and the spirit. Nietzsche walked to facilitate thought, while Kant walked to escape the ‘compulsion of thought.’

“Nature is a unity of diverse and opposing forces, a harmony of opposites.” – Heraclitus