late July


This could be our hot spell, the grass is dying, turning yellow along with some of the trees. It doesn’t take long.


Despite everything affecting us humans the natural world seems to be getting along fine. It has enjoyed a respite, although slight, from our usual rape and pillage, jets flying tourists pretending to be explorers to the four corners, mining and burning. The sky is bluer to have those jokers grounded. With luck they will notice what’s around their own corner and start to love it.


The lesson is the world will absorb us if we let our hubris get the better of us.

7 thoughts on “late July

    1. underswansea

      I’ve always looked at that hole and thought it was intriguing. It’s about midway on a pretty good hike, so climbing up to it would be pretty strenuous to say the least.


    1. underswansea

      We are so smug we think we can control our own extinction. It will probably something out of nowhere that will finally get us. In the meantime it would sure be nice if we could treat each other and the environment nicer. Not because if we don’t we are doomed but because it’s the right thing to do.


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