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Yellowstone Lake, 7:30 AM
John Berger: "We live our daily lives in a constant exchange with the set of daily appearances surrounding us—often they are familiar, sometimes they are unexpected and new . . . Yet it can happen, suddenly, unexpectedly, and most frequently in the half-light-of-glimpses, that we catch sight of another visible order which intersects with ours and has nothing to do with it . . . We come upon a part of the visible which wasn't destined for us, Perhaps it was destined for night-birds, reindeer, ferrets, eels, whales . . ." Or perhaps for bears, elk, bison, wolves . . .