Rhythms of life
A time to plant and a time to uproot: Claire Dunn reflects on times and seasons, permanence and change
HUMAN BEINGS HAVE ALWAYS MARKED THEIR PASSAGE across the Earth and the passing of time. Palaeolithic handprints left on cave walls were a conscious attempt to capture a specific moment. In saying “I was here”, people acknowledged their passing from that place or this life leaving nothing but the print as a permanent reminder that they had lived.
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