OVER MOUNTAIN AND UNDER MOUNTAIN
Standing a meter and sixty centimeters above the soil, I am able to survey a wide range - my sight moves beyond the immediate.
Some scientists have pointed to our height, in an effort to explain our natural curiosity as humans. Because we see further, we wish to go further. Others point to the inner workings of our brains. Whatever the cause, humans have always been an intrepid bunch; crossing ice bridges, venturing to the outer extremes of our planet - those rivers, glaciers, poles, mountains and seas. We explore the inner world too, the world of cells and atoms, the world of the mind and the psyche. We are naturally curious.