Rocky Mountain Maple, leaf patterns II (Acer glabrum),
Payette National Forest, near Bear, Idaho . . .
The only maple of the inner Pacific Northwest.
On the road in the American Northwest.

. . . Two Miniatures . . .

Information is like the web of links in a wire fence;

Meaning is like the cascade of waves on a mountain stream.

One you can tie together endlessly,

capturing what you're looking for,

and keeping out what you don't want in.

The other, just by drawing a border around it,


'Too much' means not enough—difference.

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Photograph by Cliff Crego © 2007
(created: X.21.2007)