A single organism is a bacterium 6. January 2013 “A single organism is a bacterium” – Troublesome Words by Bill Bryson
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A bacterium is small to the point of being beyond vision. I just don’t see it, or them.
You have to concentrate very hard and squint your eyes!
Thanks for the suggestion. After hours of squinting, I think I see a tile eating bacteria.
You found it? At (34,17)?
Not that one. It’s at (27, 14). Perhaps there’s lots of bacteria there.
An infection is like minesweeper. Hit the wrong one and you are in trouble. Evil mosaic it is.
Relax for a second and you are done!
Always take care of yourself, ;-)
Well it looks like a bad grout bacterium has been loose and actively breeding;-)
Ha, I learned a new word: grout. Thanks.
Right now I wonder if I would like to post some detail on the scrappress. I think I would, ;-).
This is a municipal parking space in Draguignan – a city untouched by gentrification.
I guess the wall might be late 70’s? When did cities have the money to pay for mosaics? Nowadays this would be a bare concrete wall.