Lake Eniat, outside Wenatchee
Lake Eniat, outside Wenatchee

Here in the western U.S. the eastern sides of our mountains are dry. Stripped of wetter forest lands they can offer a longer view and different perspective.

See that tiny white dot at the bottom of this shot? It’s a barn though it almost looks like a rock that’s tumbled down the mountainside. Humans don’t look quite so big and important at this scale.

4 thoughts on “Scale”

  1. This is quite a shot and the wee barn does help us see the scale of the mountain. Re your comment on Ocala: You had me laughing out loud. I think other languages are difficult but it must be hell trying to learn English as an adult!

    Have a great Sunday!

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