Postcards from Real Life: Small Worlds

Greetings from Craters of the Moon in Idaho. I’m posting entirely from my smartphone for the first time ever due to a case of no-signal-itis so today’s postcard will be quite brief.

I’m in a land of massive vistas, violent geologic history, and the dramatic landscapes, but what I love about this place are the little details… The life taking over in spite of the odds. And when you step into the macro world of minute but scrappy flowers and plants, huge new worlds open up within those microcosms. It’s why I’ll always be macro photographer before a thing else. It’s fascinating and amazing.

Now, so much more to explore here so off I go…

The Dwarf Buckwheat blankets the sides of the cinder cones… Just amazing and gorgeous.

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