I absolutely love, love love this book.
It's enormously informative without being encyclopedia-ish, beautifully photographed and so interesting.
I read every word, twice.
The author, Ken Druse, has an enthusiasm that is delightful.
He speaks of the 'Golden Mean," a mathematical design formula that is found repeatedly in nature and thus in art and architecture.
They are all good, some being better than others.
But Planthropology surpasses them all, teaching me concepts I have never read about.
Which is really saying something, since I have gone to the public library an average of twice a week
for many years now.
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