SOME MORE OF THE SUMMER DRIVE TO "HOLE IN THE GROUND"
I like the various textures along the horizontal plane.
A section of "Hole In The Ground" itself.
There's something odd about this photo—and I think of it as the "forest that got lost".
I THINK I'VE SAID THIS BEFORE
Each of us, every living thing, is a victor at the end of a long line of successful adaptations, clear back to the first cells. Each of us is the current victor in a chain of victories going back 15 billion years. Each of us is a winner in a long line of competition, stretching back to the beginning. Think of it! And what are we doing with our victorious selves? Still fighting wars and competing as if we hadn't already been winners enough. How small and petty all the squabbling seems in light of natural selection.