Another semi-random paragraph from the bookshelves. From Loren Eiseley, “The Immense Journey”

“To see from an inverted angle, however, is not a gift allotted merely to the human imagination. I have come to suspect that within their degree it is sensed by animals, though perhaps as rarely as among men. The time has to be right; one has to be, by chance or intention, upon the border of two worlds. And sometimes these two borders may shift or interpenetrate and one sees the miraculous.”

ISBN 0-394-70157-7

Published by cougarox the geophotocacher

Four Corners photographer, light chaser, educator, geek

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