to archaeologists a million years later

Took a 45-minute walk this morning, with my new big hat, my old, old i-pod, a “crab-berry” (blackberry) cell phone, and a 7D. When Tschaikovsky’s violin died away with my i-pod memory, I spotted several unusual leaves on the ground, or the leaf prints in the concrete walk! And I couldn’t help but think what the archaeologists a million years later would think of them were they to discover them – if humans could survive all our wrong doings for that long… Would they think they were the fossils formed a thousand years before my time? What secrets would they find about our time? Well, no use thinking these. My mind quickly jumps to real and beautiful  plants…

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