I am curious how members view the phenomenon of spontaneous asemics and if they ever experience something like I did this afternoon. I was tidying my workspace and while lifting a pile of paper I detected marks of ink that got stuck to the plastic protection of my table.

Couldn't believe my eyes and started smiling. Yes and I even tried to read it. 

Asemics! Asemics everywhere!

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Asemics inside a container

Carien I think this is such an amazing picture! So many variations of green, and layers. "Asemics inside the container" might have been created by a utensil of some sort, which is very interesting to think about. I also found your photo of the dancer in rust a very stunning image. Thank you for sharing your photography. 

Hi all, I'm just getting back to the group here, catching up on posts and always learning more. Thank you DVS.

Looks fab!

YES, the best! Message from the universe!

I maybe think that a nice term for this can be Eco Asemic (Esomic?). I guess I mean that it wasn't spontaneous in any way except that it took us as people by surprise. Like, it seems that eco asemic or faux readable patterns DO appear like this. I have taught my eye to really see work pathways in wood, under the bark.  I love thinking this way. I am not emotional about eco asemic, but I kind of like it and, so far, I never heard of a better way to put it.

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