Today is cool and gray. The night’s snow has melted. To slow down the spread of Covid-19 and protect our healthcare workers and those who are the most vulnerable, Montana residents along with many people around the world have been asked to shelter in place, move about only as necessary for essential services and maintain physical distance from people. Living in a very rural area next to Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribal forest land I have the gift of being able to walk outside.
A couple days ago it was warm and I spent a little time photographing the sun, water and rocks in a small creek near where I live.
The light revealed vast landscapes in small spaces.
May we find moments to move like sunlight in water.