I have been around for millions of years. I am elusive to some, over baring to others. I settle in places. Take my leave when I must. My pallor will often reflect my surroundings, but mostly I am pale. A striking contrast to the bluest sky and rock strewn mountain meadows.
I may not be considered a fossil in the broad sense of the word, but I hold history within me. Stories of evolving life. Creating our world. Little known tidbits and facts discovered by chance. From my soul comes existence. A being that only a Glacier can spawn.
Author, Photographer, Lover of Life
Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Prompt - August 17, 2016 - write a story about fossils.
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Ann Edall-Robson is an award-winning photographer and the author of "Moon Rising," .