Edges and Emblems of Hope

July 31, 2009

Coast at Cape Flattery, the northwest edge of the continental U. S.

Coast at Cape Flattery, the northwest edge of the continental U. S.

“To be near water I find essential: it is the edge, the place of escape.  It’s also a great unifier, a reminder of what the world is made of.  It is the place of no artificial boundaries, no gates or fences or official border crossings set up as they are on land. . . The ocean is a path to elsewhere, and thus an emblem of hope.”
     — Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Not Now Voyager

2 Responses to “Edges and Emblems of Hope”

  1. Carol Says:

    Rosemary,
    Your pictures continue to remind me that we live in one of the most beautiful spots on earth. Such variety, such breathtaking loveliness!


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