In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Proverbs 3:6.
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I know. I keep looking at that picture and try to imagine that the road goes beside the rock, but I can't. Can you see how it does? To me its still a mystery. If you can enlighten me, let me know. Or if I find out more, I will let you know.
All these rocks were once under the ground, but the flood -- a huge deluge that covered the earth -- unearthed them and left them for us to see, and to remember that there was a judgment upon the sinful world before the flood. But they end up being a thing of beauty -- at least to me. What about you?
Well, I finally saw it the way it really is. You might have it from the very first. But suddenly I saw it, and all these months!
The shadow is not from the big rock, but the small one in front of it. If you can see that, you can see the road going left in front of the big one.
It is quite amazing how you can see something wrongly. And yet see nothing else. I guess we have to be careful with other things. We can think we saw people doing things or saying things and it was not so at all. Let's be patient with others and criticise ourselves. Then we can't go wrong.
Go to -- Arches
The last one is quite amazing. You will think the road goes under the rock. Even the shadow makes it look as if it does, but I can't image that anyone would make the road go underneath all the weight. Going around it isn't that far? I was in a bus, but I can't remember it.
The above and two following are in Utah.
Well, what do you think?
There are many roads in the United States that are so exciting - at least to me. I love the rocks especially, and the way the roads often wind around them. The one above just happened to catch the sunshine, and I love it. I think this one is in Colorado. I can't say where they all are, except I know they are either Colorado, Utah, or Arizona. Enjoy.
Colorado State Park