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Search for beauty

In these trying times, desperate times… I/we try to look for beauty.  No easy task, I took the opportunity to just spin through my image catalog. I let the cursor land on some random shots over the past four years: Arches National Park at sunset; Some random brick wall and a selfie. Past, present, and future mingle in this post. The photos from long (past) posted now (present), while published in the future (about three month) during which time the world will have changed radically once more.

May you live in interesting times” is an English expression which purports to be a translation of a traditional Chinese curse. … Despite being so common in English as to be known as the “Chinese curse”, the saying is apocryphal, and no actual Chinese source has ever been produced. – Wikipedia

2 responses

  1. ….those precariously balanced rocks perched on top of another are–at least here in Southern British Columbia–called ‘hoodoos’. We have a restaurant named ‘HooDoos’ here in Kamloops. They’re both amazing to see, while also being kind of cartoon-like and fun.

    September 23, 2020 at 8:44 am

  2. They haven’t fallen yet. 🙂

    September 23, 2020 at 10:02 am

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