Two teeth, both set for root canal the following Tuesday at the Blue Sky Dental Clinic in High Level, Ab, serve as inborn alarm clock early in the morning following the Yellowknife Photo Walk; Motrin pain relief subsides and pain returns me to the day. My southward journey home begins. At 5:30 a.m., I am the only guest checking out from Yellowknife’s Explorer Hotel. The front desk clerk orients me to a Yellowknife map and ensures that I will be able to fuel my truck, at this hour, before starting out. There’s good happenstance coalescence – my drive has me move into the day through a colourful morning golden hour, striking with the interplay of weather backdrop and colourful rock terrain. Houses are situated on top of rock, vehicles are parked on top of rock. The landscape holds curiosities and narrative … to discover another day. I will return.
Listening to, Watching – U2’s ‘Song for Someone,’ video done with Woody Harrelson within a narrative that becomes an evocative explication regarding Grace.
Quote to Consider – “No place is boring if you’ve had a good night’s sleep and have a pocket full of unexposed film.” – Robert Adams
3 thoughts on “Inborn Alarm Clock – Happenstance Coalescence”
Wow, amazing photos!
Thank you for looking in and your encouraging words. Canada’s Northwest Territories are intriguing and beautiful.
Take care … 😉
Yes I think so.