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Stereogram of web editor Keith Johnson. This image was taken with a stereo camera. To view it in stereo 3-D cross your eyes until left and right images merge. Hold your head level. You can make your own stereograms using a regular camera and by taking one shot after the other with one short step to the right (or left) for the second image (this won't work for things that are moving).

When I'm not working on the Activist website, I'm either in the garden or working on any number of projects including building, landscaping, farming, remodeling, teaching, designing, and/or consulting, writing in one of my blogs, organizing events for Transition Indiana, Transition Bloomington, and much more.

keithd.johnson[at]comcast[dot]net

You can also write to info[at]permacultureactivist[dot]net

Unabashed pride  and promotion dept: My mom, Helen Johnson, with my sister Judy Johnson, and her daughter, Jenny Taliadoros, have created successful online businesses focusing on the subjects of papercrafts, via art and fashion but mostly in the forms of paperdolls! If this sort of thing rings your chimes, check out their websites: Paper Goodies from Judy's Place, Original Paper Doll Artist's Guild, Paper Doll Studio and Paper Doll Review
My mom, Helen Johnson
See her unique paper dolls
made from pressed flowers and
cut outs from magazines
and wallpaper books.

Sister Judy M Johnson
See her art here.

My niece Jenny Taliadoros
Read an article about her here
or read her blog.

 
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