Seeking Solitude

An evening rain left frozen pools that had just begun to thaw and clouds lingered throughout the day. Yet all in all it was a perfect hike and one just right for seeking solitude.

Canyonlands National Park, Utah.

19 thoughts on “Seeking Solitude

    1. HI Jim, it is always fascinating to study and think about those layers int eh desert sandstone. A good example of time passing on a geologic scale that puts a new perspective on things.

      1. ‘Time passing…’ For the past 2 weeks, we’ve been living in a house at the water of Tacoma Narrows. The tides flood and ebb twice a day changing the depth by as much as 12 ft. It is soothing to feel the rhythm of the motions of Earth, Sun, and Moon. It creates many and varied moods upon the water. Here are some views from our deck. https://youtu.be/rxt_OnCl_LA

  1. This is an excellent national park that I think most people haven’t heard of. We were there briefly two decades ago. We stayed in a brand new hotel that offered bargain rates in an attempt to fill some of the many rooms that were still empty.

    1. Hi and thanks for the feedback. We really appreciate it. It was a nice spot with so much to see in all levels of the landscape so slowing down just a bit to get all those levels in focus was worth the effort. Hope your day is going well.

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