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"The desert enforces its own perspective. It shrinks you and puts eternity in the foreground. If you're open to it, and don't mind a diminished role in this drama, it insists, quietly, on the surging beauty of all things and non-things living and dead and not formally alive."
IF you pay attention. The sea and mountains and plains (but not typically cities) do this too.