Martin Grelle32" x 40"
These Arapaho face a dilemma. They are tracking someone. The trail led to the river. Rivers carry no tracks. Now what? Do they hear something in the distance? Do they spot tracks on the other side of the water? Do they see distant smoke? They pause to consider next steps. Our age couldn't be more different than the era of Native Americans. But, are our lives much different? Don't we all pause to consider next steps in ambiguous circumstances? Alas, our circumstances do not include gorgeous mountains hovering above us. -PEO