From the Yosemite Valley floor, a quick glance over the trees may cause momentary befuddlement in one’s brain. Like a summer thunderstorm rising from the horizon, the sheerness and immensity of granite walls can be unsettling. Scanning the surface for a reference of scale, your eyes dig into the texture of the rock. You pinpoint a colorful spec of dust clinging to a practically invisible fiber; a climber, slowly inches their way higher into the sky of stone.
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