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Perspectives in Smallness

On one of the only hikes we did in Bryce Canyon, i somehow managed to get ahead of the other two. I turned around to see how far they were behind me and noticed how small they seemed compared to the terrain. It was then that I remembered, again, the problem with self-importance.

TAGS: Bryce Canyon, Hiking, Utah

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Riverside, California, United States of America
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Date Taken: 07.2014
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