We can probably measure how deep the waters are, but can we be sure that there’s nothing under it if we keep on digging? What’s on the surface and what’s beneath might not be all that there is in life. We are always asked to dig deeper before making judgments, before having opinions, before concluding, but even when we dig deep, is it the deepest we can go? We assume we’ve reached the deepest ends of the earth or of the problem, but we may never know if there’s more to what we think is the end.
Photography by MP
Great Falls Park, Potomac River, Northern Virginia, U.S.A.