After lunch, Arnold (The Zac Team's mascot) and I took an afternoon walk into Olmsted Park again. As curious as we both are, we typically have spent much of our time looking down -- me reading and learning the names of the foliage printed on small posts and Arnold sniffing everything left and right. Typical hound.

But today, we found a new discovery. Until now, a large steeple stationed on the other side of Ponce de Leon was completely hidden by the shelter of tall trees. However, when we stood in just the right spot, the steeple, owned by North Druid Hills UMC, could be seen clearly, standing high and tall between the leafy North Red Oaks. It's funny. I had not even noticed that enormous steeple until now.

How much do we miss when we only look down?

What would we see if we only looked up?