“Mount Tai is great because it takes in all soils, ocean is great because it rejects no rivulets.” This was put down in 237BC in China by Lee Shi to Emperor Qing the metaphor for a great nation : the greatness of a nation depends on how much it can embrace. As soil and rivulet, I found my mountain and ocean right here in Texas.” - Dr. Paul Chu, Physicist
This beautiful limited-edition photographic print was taken by photographer Timothy Wolcott and signed by physicist Dr. Paul Chu. This print is part of the Washington on the Brazos Association’s For the Love of Texas project. For this project, the Association asked notable Texans to select their favorite photo, autograph it, and describe what they love most about Texas.
This print is available in one size as a museum-quality paper print.
About Dr. Paul Chu
Dr. Paul Chu was born in China, but moved to the United States to complete his graduate studies. He moved to Texas in 1979 to accept a position as professor of physics at the University of Houston. He has received a number of accolades and awards for his work in the field of superconductivity.
About Timothy Wolcott
Timothy Wolcott’s photographs focus primarily on the beauty of nature. His Modernism style, along with his master printing techniques, provides a unique artistic take on photography.