Tuesday, September 2, 2008
The structure of life can be compared to atmospheric conditions that surround us daily. Seldom do days pass without a breeze or fog, or perhaps a slight rain to obscure a clear reflection of our lives as well as the landscape. When it does happen, it should be coveted like a newborn child, with the time taken to inventory what we have and what we are missing.
Image and words by Randy J. Cole
Photo 08/26/2006 North Slope of Alaska