[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever
[Photos this week are hosted right here on WordPress. Somewhere… serene.]
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The Lens Artist Challenge is hosted this week by Patti.
All in one swell foop. (…fell swoop.) “To do something in one fell swoop is to do it suddenly or in a single, swift action. Fell here is an adjective meaning fierce, savage, cruel, or ruthless.1 This sense of fell is otherwise archaic, preserved mainly in this idiom. The swoop in one fell swoop is a noun referring to (1) a blow or stroke or (2), metaphorically, a bird’s sudden, sweeping descent from a height.” [Grammarist.com]
“The geology of the Grand Teton area consists of some of the oldest rocks and one of the youngest mountain ranges in North America. The Teton Range, partly located in Grand Teton National Park, started to grow some 9 million years ago.”
“The 2.5 billion year old metamorphic rocks that make up the east face of the Tetons are marine in origin and include some volcanic deposits.”
Old and new. Check.
Rental canoe borrowed. Check.
Sky. Blue. Check.
I rest my case. “…said when you believe that something that has just happened or been said proves that you are right or telling the truth…” [Cambridge Dictionary]
Peace, love, and understanding.