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Magical Moment 544, "Goodbye Breath"

Goodbye breath. You seem to have been taken away...


Of Rocks and Mud by Phillip Camitses

"I have seen the dark rocks sitting still on the pale playa surface with
their furrowed paths extending off into the distance. I muse over this image
lingering in my mind.

I have walked this unique quiet place in a desolate desert location of North
America

These rocks themselves have moved at one time.

I have listened to others express their thoughts of rocks and mud.

The traveling of these rocks remain without witnesses to find."

It seems to be more than the elevation causing my shortness of breath.
More to come from the Grand Canyon.

Comments

Deborah said…
That certainly would take my breath away, wonderful!
Linda said…
What an awesome place. And what wonderful photos.
Steve Gravano said…
These photos are breath-taking also!
Anonymous said…
Truly breathtaking.
MaggieGem said…
Breath-taking indeed! Lovely photos.
Anonymous said…
I remember the first time I saw the Grand Canyon when I was in my teens... it was such an unbelievable thing to behold. Literally takes a person's breath away.
Life 101 said…
My wife and I went to Sedona, Arizona a few years back and while there we went to the Grand Canyon.
I was in awe.
Your photos are "grand" :)

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