130 of their material [symbol] thus “all of nature is found in man” Squeeze all the universe into the size & shape of a perfect human soul & that is a whole man Cañons are lithe as serpents They curve this way & that as they feel the demands of the various ice streams wincing tenderly to the touch of every trib [tributary] the amount of curve & increase of size of main can [cañon] being
131 approximately a measure of the power of the tributary that makes it [affluent] Alt [Altitude] trail above Monastery Valley 10200 cldy [cloudy] [sketch] Outlines of mtns [mountains] wh [which] always have [beak] to N [north] because small gls [glaciers] & heavy fountains
Original journal dimensions: 7 x 15 cm.
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