F O R D by AaronGroen

Taken down the road from Beaver Creek the other night during the Kp7 Aurora Borealis.
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Epiphany by hillsee

I’ve hiked in to Cape Raoul so many times, both with full pack and 5 liters of water, or hiked out in the dark ~ to have zero good light. But finally, this time, some longed for visual sky candy….and delicious solitude 🙂

“….there can be no better guide to a place than the weight of its air, the behaviour of its light, the shape of its water, the textures of rock and feather, leaf and fur, and the ways that humans bless, mark, or obliterate them. Each of us possesses five fundamental, enthralling maps to the natural world: sight, touch, taste, hearing, smell. As we unravel the threads that bind us to nature, as denizens of artifice, amid crowds and clutter, we become miserly with these loyal and exquisite guides, we numb our sensory intelligence. This failure of attention will make orphans of us all.” ~ Ellen Meloy ~ The Anthropology of Turquoise.

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