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Salt Flats of Death Valley
Beautiful and Wild
Sunset in Merida Yucatan
A gaggle of gobblers...
Beautiful and Wild
Blue Crab in Montego Bay
Rio de Janeiro beach
A dessicated Juniper snag above Stonewall Creek.
The front terraces of Machu Picchu.
The shock after
On the A-50 to Salamanca
Sacred Stone
Preflight Airport Adventures
The shock after
Loop
Adirondack chair and my woods
Hemp (R)evolution
OUT OF PLACE, OUT OF TIME IN AMERICA
As bad as the war
As bad as the war
Desolation in the shore
Laterns in Hoi An, Vietnam
The shock after
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Sacred Stone

Ever get the feeling that someone is looking down on you from above? Ever get that feeling that there's something more to all of this than we can put our minds around, that there's someone there to help you though the times when you don't know if you can keep going alone? While I cannot translate these petroglyphs, what I do know is that they were left as messages for future generations. Perhaps one of them says "the water is that way..." or "fear not little one, I shall see you soon..." But I do know that last night, someone was looking down on me from above, with favors plenty. Such an amazing view of hope not lost.

TAGS: California, Rocks

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Date Taken: 12.2014
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