In the hot Arizona summer, any point of shade is welcome. Here, the barred shadows represent a wooden arbor overhead, providing more an illusion of shade than actual shade itself.
But instead of looking for relief from the sun, perhaps I can appreciate the beauty of the precise latticework echoes and the way they transform once again when they hit the brick walk.
Layer upon layer the world reveals itself to us, when we pause to look closely.
The real voyage of discovery consists not of seeking
new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
~ Marcel Proust ~