Zion National Park – Filling the Void
As we pass the time between take off and landing, our eyes are on the horizon and we are infinitely aware of both the hazards in front of us and the beautiful landscape surrounding us. The richness of the earth’s history is displayed for us as stone faced etchings adorning its surface. For those who sit in the back of the airplane with their shades drawn, watching screens or sleeping to fill the void between departure and arrival, this artwork goes unnoticed as they reflect on their time spent crossing “the fly-over states.” The irony is that boredom comes from within, while the void is consumed by natural splendor for anyone willing to sit back, relax, and enjoy the view.
Zion National Park, Utah
I totally agree- the scene outside, is more exciting, especially in these areas not likely to be cloud-covered!
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