A tousled branch at Elgin Heritage Park bows towards the river.
A bird scans the clouds from its lofty perch.
A pond murmurs deep in the forest where new life is about to unfold.
The inner clock of the natural world rolls to its next cycle without a care. We humans, on the other hand, are a little disoriented this morning because time “sprang forward” by one hour on Sunday. Moving from Standard Time to Daylight Saving Time each March carries on a tradition based on outdated energy saving factors that make a lot of people lose sleep and energy. The process is reversed in November when time “falls back”.
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