The sea, west of Tasmania, is the longest, uninterrupted expanse of ocean on the globe. From Argentina, the currents sweep unimpeded more than halfway around the planet, until they hit this point, and at the end of my photoshoot there, I resembled something freshly blown in straight from the Cape Horn region too.
I cast my pebble onto the shore of Eternity.
To be washed by the Ocean of time.
It has shape, form, and substance.
It is me.
One day I will be no more.
But my pebble will remain here.
On the shore of eternity.
Mute witness from the aeons.
That today I came and stood
At the edge of the world.