Nature is never Finished – Wall Art


Frame Options Blonde Maple, Espesso Walnut, Flat Black
Sizes Available 10×20″


Earlier this year, archeologists positively identified human footprints
that had been encased in sediment and preserved off the coast of Canada
for the past 13,000 years. The fossilized footprints capture a single
journey across what was then the beach, and we are incredibly fortunate
to still have them. Because the ocean isn’t much of a curator, more of
an iterator. She never stops wearing down our coastlines, while at the
same time, building up others. // The northern Oregon outcrop called
Haystack Rock is a basalt colum, formed about 15 million years ago when
lava flowed down from the Blue Mountains. Presumably, the rock was
happily married to the mainland, before the sea found a weakness and
wore away its connection and left it, strange and isolated, on Cannon
Beach, where an estimated 200,000 pairs of footprints visit it every
year. Smashed daily by the wild Pacific, and whipped by ferocious
storms, it too will one day succumb to the ocean, turning back to the
sand it once was, and deposited elsewhere on another shore.

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None, Espesso Walnut, Flat Black, Blonde Maple


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