Thursday, April 14, 2016


Daily Draw: Personal Oracle

My favorite thing to do when on the road is observe the geology flashing by along side the road, and passing in stately manner in the distance. It takes about seven-hundred years to make an inch of material in the strata. Helps put the mad monkey of the mind in perspective.

"Beneath all the wealth of detail in a geological map lies an elegant, orderly simplicity." ~ Tuzo Wilson 1908-1993


  1. That is the most unique card. I too enjoy watching the scenery pass by on a nice long drive.

  2. Dang, I didn't know it took that long to make an inch of dirt. Love that drawing. The bottom where the roots are look like that might have once been a city too.

  3. Helps us to put the human race in perspective too :)

  4. It certainly does! That's a beautiful card - reminds me a bit of Bruegel.


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