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Ushuaia and the End of the World
This is a place of old whale bones silhouetted against early morning mist rising up in wisps from silent-as-glass water. The new sun burns away errant fingers of fog on the mirrored water.
The ocean, bright green-grey and rolling, snakes through the channels between brown rock to the far south…
… and certainly beyond where colossal ice grinds everything down into the churning, salted soup.
This is a place of life, easily flowing,
left unattended, thriving, spilling out into the silence,
spreading with mad ferocity over eons of time.
This is a place where you and I are insignificant specks watching for a fraction of a moment what takes millenniums to complete.
We are particles washed out to sea and absorbed by the plankton consumed by whales. We enter their bones with déjà vu sense and lie in the morning mist waiting for the sun to bleach us dry again; perfect by design in our chaotic rush to the end of the world.
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