November 29, 2013 by chrisbkm
In the archeology lab we read
soil samples through a microscope. Among
300 year old husks, a raspberry seed.
Posted in Life, Photography, Poetry | Tagged archeology, Cape Spear, future, light, Memorial University, Newfoundland, past, spirit, WW 2 bunker | 8 Comments
Beautiful poem, and I liked the pictures very much too.
Thank you Shimon.
Just beautiful. So fitting.
Your words and photographs are astounding.
Also, nice to meet you!
Thanks Millie! And thanks for deciding to follow Dancing on Frozen Beaver Ponds.
very beautiful place and great shot
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