Friday, February 5, 2016


At first glance, it's unremarkable. Upon further inspection, however, naturalists will note the tracks of the fastest runner in the Western Hemisphere, the pronghorn antelope~~only inches from a footprint of one of the slowest, yours truly. 

Oh, well. Biodiversity is a sign of a healthy ecosystem, you know. 

I did take several photos of the antelopes running across the road, but they were traveling so fast that they looked like blurry beige ghosts. 


"Your miracle is on the other side of just do it." ~Priscilla Schirer 

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