The Snowy Night
Updated: Jan 10
Seasons are a curious gauge of time. They are not easily bound by clocks or calendars. They are a deeply human measure. To fully appreciate them requires experience, a life lived. Think of how very young children only understand time in minutes or school children in hours and days. As young adults we begin to experience time in longer terms, months and years. It is only as we mature we reflect upon time in decades. Seasons become a measure of tasks completed, roads traveled, and stumbles endured - all accentuated by light and the elements.