Stop and look at the world within a world
Published 03/16/2012, DL-Online
Looking out at a landscape, any landscape, whether it be from a vantage overlooking the Red River Valley or on top a birch ridge high above a favorite lake, the “big picture” that such panoramas provide can be easily broken down into minute proportions. For the viewer, it all depends on just how small you can imagine or wish to go.Word count: 942
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