Moving Through the World

Humans, like cranes, are both nomadic and sedentary, restless and rooted. Curled tightly in the womb, a fetus has no innate sense of when to travel or where to land. Each generation must learn anew how to move through the world.

 

– Hank Lentfer, Faith of Cranes: Finding Hope and Family In Alaska

Thank you, Crane, for seeing me and allowing me to see you. My prayer for this generation is to wake up and recognize the presence and the vanishing of beauty. We aren’t as different as we are inclined to believe and the clock is ticking.

Photo Credits: Seeing Each Other by Susan J. Preston, Bosque del Apache, NM © 2019, all rights reserved
Technical: Fuji XT-3 | 400mm (XF 100-400mm  f4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR) | 1/1800 sec  | f5.6 | ISO 640

 

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