<p>The Autumn Colors Of Patagonia Are Beyond Compare.  I've Never Seen Such Vibrant Reds, Yellows And Oranges. Often Times The Full Spectrum Of Color Can Exist On A Single Tree. Despite The Beauty Of The Scene, Photographing This Area Is A Challenge.  Patagonia Is Famous For It's Epic Winds And I Was Able To Get The Leaves To Sit Still In Only 3 Of The 40 images I Took Here.  <br />
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This Small Waterfall Is A 45 Minute Walk From The Small Town Of El Chalten, The Main base For Trekking In The Fitzroy Range.  Walking Through The Tapestry Of Fall Color Up To The Icy Blue Lakes And Glaciers Of Cerro Torre Is An Experience I Will Never Forget.</p>

Sometimes by David Whyte

Post Series: Poetry Thursday

This Thursday, a friend referred a new poet to me. I hope you enjoy it as I have!



By David Whyte

if you move carefully
through the forest,

like the ones
in the old stories,

who could cross
a shimmering bed of leaves
without a sound,

you come to a place
whose only task

is to trouble you
with tiny
but frightening requests,

conceived out of nowhere
but in this place
beginning to lead everywhere.

Requests to stop what
you are doing right now,

to stop what you
are becoming
while you do it,

that can make
or unmake
a life,

that have patiently
waited for you,

that have no right
to go away.

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