Steam clouds over Turrialba
Although it is rainy season, the mornings in and around the Central Valley in Costa Rica can start with clear blue skies. On my way to Cartago on Tuesday, I noticed the steam clouds rising from the Turrialba Volcano, something so primeval yet current. Volcanos have been around four and one half billion years. A human life seems to last about four and a half minutes. Turrialba spoke to me and said, "keep it real."
(My photo did come out as good as this one.)