Every month, when I get my copy of National Geographic, the first thing I turn to is the front-of-the-book section called "Proof". Recently it's been all about looking at the Earth from every possible angle. I kept that in mind last month when I walked up to our hayfield. I was "looking" for animal tracks and seed pods - none of which I found. But I did find plenty of thin weeds poking out of the snow. And I wondered: What would they look like if I viewed them from ground - er, snow - level?
What do you discover when you look at the Earth from a different angle?