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  • The desert moves. The desert honeymoons across oceans. The desert floats.

    Then the desert separates and the volcanoes split and take off for the watery territories.

    The desert moves. From the old land home, the rocks sail across the Pacific, lava on the run. Lava on the lam and we call it evolution and we call it geology.

    We call it the Galapagos Islands.

    Cactus and birds, just honeymooning the millennia away. Opuntia cactus, swallow-tailed gulls. South Plaza Island.

    Dreamy with Darwin, on a sunny day....
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