CeltoGraphics

Graphic Arts and Celtic DNA

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: DEPTH

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Tide Pool creatures live in a world defined by a changing depth of perhaps fifteen or twenty feet, and may have only the dimmest sort of consciousness–that the mother tide shall return with a sustenance and embryonic fluid needed for protection and propagation.  We humans live with what is thought to be the highest sense of consciousness, and in a somewhat deeper layer of sustaining gases and nutrients–perhaps reaching to twenty thousand feet.  How infinitesimally small both layers are when thinking of a universe that continues to expand in depths measured in billions of light years.

Tidepool Urchins--waiting for tide to come in.

Uncovered Sea Anemones in rock pockets–waiting for the tide to hurry back.

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