In the long sweep down from the mountain, crag becomes forest, which merges into the plains surrounding the winding river.
In turn these flatlands fall gently towards the giant dunes and the great Atlantic ocean.
There are no boundaries between these places, just a gradual and seamless mixing of forms.
This osmotic geography applies as much to the mountains of Africa rising in the distance.
There are no lines in this view.
The great earth realms of water, rock, air and life simply create a greater realm, that of our planet.
Pulling back still further this small blue planet circles our star, which itself is one of billions of other stars in this galaxy.
And this galaxy being just one of billions of other glaxies all flying outwards from the source in one unfathomable universal dance.
At the same time every single form is linked within this movement yet remain in essence one.
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Photo: Punta Paloma and Africa beyond. Courtesy of the author.