30
Jul
13

the details of a walk

am i breaking any blogging rules by dragging out an experience that took maybe an hour two days ago? whatever, you’ll get over it; there was much that begged to be shared.

DSC05766just ask the lone pine tree.

DSC05773or these tiny little white flowers that were growing below the pine, its dried dead pine needles a counterpoint to the green living plant.

DSC05770humans, of course, can’t help themselves. this altar to the sun god an example of our need to explain the inexplicable.

DSC05784i am tempted to end this with ‘nevermore’, but i’ll resist and say that for a few yards along the path, this raven (the largest i’ve yet seen) sat in a low bush at the canyon’s edge and kept an eye on both what lay ahead and what lay behind.


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