"In Horizon's Lens, Elizabeth Dodd visits prehistoric sites that bear traces of human attempts to align with the cosmos: the etched and painted rocks of Chaco Canyon, a medicine wheel high in the mountains of Montana, the megaliths and burrows on the Orkney Islands, Mayan temples on the Yucatan Peninsula. Often timing her visits with solstices, equinoxes, and lunar events, she seeks to circumscribe the consciousness that once inhabited these landscapes..." -- From the opening paragraph.
Wadland, Justin, "Review of "Horizon's Lens: My Time On The Turning World" by Elizabeth Dodd" (2013). Library Publications and Presentations. 11.