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Jeff

I also like that within the remarkable symmetry are great differences in details, so that each face is richly different. As in, every maple tree looks the same, only different. It's almost as if the tetrahedron is for adults, the details for kids. Kids love and by nature see all those details. It makes me smile to walk with my granddaughters and discover what they see (that I didn't).

John Ptak

That's really good; you've got a very sharp noggin. I agree about the kids: mine have taught me more than I can say.

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