This is the time of year for majestic sunrises and sunsets.
While I’m busy clicking away, my traveling companions have their earbuds and electronic devises on.
They’re watching their shows, but missing a better one outside.
The trees are in full blossom, the creek is gurgling, the ravens are cawing in the trees, the squirrels are zooming across meadows full of wildflowers, and the hikers? They’re plugged into their music with heads down watching their feet.
Thank you technology.
You’ve made us blind. We now prefer our inner landscape where there’s nothing to see because it’s dark in there.
If we can’t enjoy nature anymore, what makes us believe we can enjoy each other?