September 20, 2008
May Lake in the High Sierras offers a test of interpretation no unlike Rorschach’s.
Visual Viewpoint: Evening at May Lake
This entry could also be filed as one of my “visual viewpoints” you may have seen in earlier posts.
Two years ago my husband and I took a mule ride in the high Sierras. You can read about it on Support4Change as part of a review I did of Ask Now the Beasts: Our Kinship With Animals Wild and Domestic by Ruth Rudner. After giving her article on “Ace, a Yosemite Horse of Common Sense,” I offered my story of “Bruno, a Yosemite Mule With a Stubborn Streak.”
It was on that trip that one of the last places we stayed was May Lake, where I took this picture. It is particularly special to me because in the water is a reflection of the moon, which I “got” that day. If you haven’t read yet about the contest between my husband and myself, and if you want to add a fun game between you and your partner, see Love Enjoys Friendly Competition.