...or tries to...

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

A walk on the edge of the Gulf

I won't be too wordy this time. Here are some small reasons why we need the Gulf of Mexico. This is Sanibel Island's swatch of shore, but its particular stands for everyone's sea and shore.

Horton was right. There's universes on the tips of pear whelks, too.


Sans! said...

Hmm, I thought I left a comment here, something about speaking to a dust speck ;p .

You have a charmed life , Amy because pretty things always find you!

Amy said...

It;s mainly because I look down at my feet so much, though it's generally anti-social behavior!

(I've been having problems leaving comments lately, maybe there's something in the air. But I can take your dust speck comment and fly with it!)

Daydreamer said...

Oh, Those Shells.......!!!!!!
(Hee hee..... how late am I to THIS conversation?!!)
Horton Hears a Who was one of my FAVORITE books...!
Maybe that's got something to do with my Love for tiny things...!

Amy said...

B., I can't believe it was 2 years ago!
Horton turned so many girls into miniaturists, I bet. Just the concept of scales of existence, the idea of seeing outside of your own perspective. Even after seeing so many electron microscopic photographs, even after trying to understand the enormity of the universe compared to our own eye-blink lives and tiny space, I still go back to Horton and the simplicity of his very big, very small idea makes my head spin!