Worlds and Eternities

Photo: Jenny Lake at Grand Teton National Park.  The Shoshones called this mountain range “Teewinot” – the many pinnacles.”

Every angle, every nuance of light and shadow, every frame in the mind’s eye – different worlds.  From the grains of sand on the shoreline, the wooded tails, the mountain peaks – all Universes within themselves.

As you look in the distance, the scene is not only majestic, it is infinite.  There are no borders, there is no time.

In fact, these are very young mountains in terms of geological time 🙂

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19 thoughts on “Worlds and Eternities”

  1. Spectacular! What wonderful captures of such incredible beauty. I love William Blake. Back in my university days, I presented a seminar on his work. For me, when I read his words, it is/was like leading a fish to water. Thank you so much for posting this.

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