Nature creates rivers, skies and mountains, like a child who builds castles made of sand: with a responsible innocence that inspires tenderness and admiration in those who stare at the finished work. Nature did not distribute qualities among her creations: she did not decide that her rivers, her skies and mountains would be beautiful and magnificent, or ugly and shameful. Just like the child that handles the sand at the seashore, nature only gives birth in a distant silence that does not allow words but only, maybe, sighs.

With a responsible innocence, nature creates distant silences that do not allow words but only, maybe, sighs.
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  • TitleFITZ ROY
  • CountryArgentina
  • YearJanuary 2009