I thought I should complete what I started so we are back to those crossroads in the rocks. In this image I find many crossroads. There is the obvious one caused by the intersecting cracks, then there are those caused by intersections of curving lines, they are secondary but non-the-less important because, on one hand, every decision has implications and consequences. On the other hand, sometimes it is not the obvious decision that really makes the difference. How often do we miss either the consequences of our actions or those subtle, but life changing, decisions because we jump without thinking – that is a lesson I am determined to bed down before I get too “long in the tooth”. Dig deep and look three dimensionally. Oh, then there is all that swirling guff that tries to obscure everything for us ….