|The OPTO sculpture "acting like a literal portal" across from Bee Gees Way|
|The OPTO sculpture isn't real impressive without the wind blowing it around|
|A "portal" at the end of Bee Gees Way?|
|Could the "portal" be the vesica piscis formed by the two swirling rings maybe?|
The name literally means the "bladder of a fish" in Latin after the conjoined dual air bladders ("swim bladder") found in the bodies of most fishes.
The shape is also called mandorla ("almond" in Italian).
This figure appears in the first proposition of Euclid's Elements, where it forms the first step in constructing an equilateral triangle using a compass and straightedge.
The triangle has as its vertices the two disk centers and one of the two sharp corners of the vesica piscis."
Now I think I get it, the vesica piscis when it appears in the centre is the "portal".
|The areas in blue – an equilateral triangle and a segment form together a sector of one sixth of the circle (60°)|
|The vesica piscis "portal" hand gesture|
|Walking through the Bee Gees WAY towards the "portal" sculpture|
|A lattice of coincidence?|
|Gold vesica piscis ring|
|John, could you point out who the middle pillar is in the Bee Gees?-)|
|Light?-) Just an idea I had :-)|
|Wandering Minds coloring book|
|Guitar Hero? Middle Pillar?|
|Birthplace of the 'Bee Gees'? Isn't a birthplace like a portal in some esoteric sense?-)|
Anyway, if you are down Redcliffe way, check it out for yourself, don't take my words for it;-)
My personal opinion is that the Gibbs were British citizens who spent some time in Oz, with maybe the exception of Andy, who came out here just after being born.
Oh...and Lesley who I found out is a South Sydney Rabbitohs supporter...which doesn't get more Australian than that (if you don't own the club that is, right Russell?-)...unless you happen to be a Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks supporter;-)
|Lesley Gibb, Barry's big sister|
|The Redcliffe Jetty|
That single broke in early 1978 during the time that the Bee Gees' contributions to the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack were dominating the world charts.