September in Yellowstone and the Wind River Range 


 

How did it get so late so soon?
It’s night before it’s afternoon.
December is here before it’s June.
My goodness how the time has flewn.
How did it get so late so soon?
-Dr Seuss 

Snow 

" I find nature moves me in a way nothing else moves me. A flowing stream or a bird flying, if we know how to see them,are miracles,nothing less than that." Jim Robbins. Hope is The Thing with Feathers. 

The Wind River Range 

Coleridge (Biographia Literaria 1817) on David Hartley’s theory of memory:

« A broad stream, winding through a mountainous country with an indefinite number of currents, varying and running into each other according as the gusts chance to blow from the opening of the mountains. »
(Quoted by Ruth Scurr in The New York Review of Books, September 28, 2017)

Black & White 

27 days remain, to close Canyon Village,take photos, enjoy the Yellowstone region, reflect and look forward to what is next. 

Yes, the time has "flewn" 



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