At Our Service by Forest McMullin

posted in: Fauna

Animals have always been a part of human existence and our relationships with them are complex. We admit we are like them in many ways, yet our differences are obvious. We often easily attribute human characteristics to them, but they … Read More

Chile by David Foster

posted in: Flora

In 2015, I had the good fortune of enjoying two springs, spending the final months of the year in Chile. With its widely varied eco-systems – from the deserts of the north to the verdant south, from the long coastline … Read More

Parker Smith

posted in: Animals, Fauna

  “Bees do have a smell, you know, and if they don’t they should, for their feet are dusted with spices from a million flowers.” ― Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine       Jubilee is the elastic quality of time … Read More

Rootballs by Ben Marcin

posted in: Flora, Landscape

Rootballs are the silent monuments in the forest.   A rootball represents the end of a long, distinguished life, unwitnessed but for the occasional hunter or hiker rambling through. The dead roots of the exposed bottom are not unlike the … Read More

Marla Puziss

posted in: Flora

Most of the time trees, grasses and flowers form the backdrop of our lives outdoors in the natural world. These photos attempt to view them with fresh eyes, exploring their colors and striking architecture, bringing them to the foreground of … Read More

The Goats of Roan by Jeffrey Stoner

posted in: Animals, Fauna

Each summer a herd of Angora goats graze on the Roan Mountain Highlands near the Appalachian Trail where it runs along the North Carolina/Tennessee border.   The goats spend the summer on the mountain balds at 5,700-5,800’ elevations as part … Read More

Cats by Ben Marcin

posted in: Fauna

I’ve long identified with cats. Quiet, seemingly emotionless yet unquestionably resolute in its independence, the cat is the ultimate mystery story. How close can I get to you? What are you thinking?   In my pictures of cats, I documented … Read More

Nous Nous Souvenons by Forest McMullin

posted in: Flora

In the last twenty years or so American cemeteries have become increasingly sterile. Efficiency of mowing has become more important than expressions of grief and remembrance as families are prohibited from planting flowers or leaving mementos. Many cemeteries don’t even … Read More

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