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I could not dwell there, in that wilderness between desert and green valleys, the broken hills of possibility.

I could not dwell there, in that wilderness between desert and green valleys, the broken hills of possibility.

mixed media on masonite board // 7 x 9 inches // drawing on found paper, then made over into a painting

Painting

Wildflowers and Falling Water

I used the Zeroimage pinhole camera to photograph the wonderful summer flowers which seemed quite content to be hanging out near this little waterfall while hiking near Daisy Pass in Central Colorado.

Coastal Columbian Blacktail

Spotted Fawn walking along the edge of Elk Meadow in Prairie Creek State Park, north of Orick, CA.

Humboldt

Idaho Hotsprings "The Start of it all"

So this is my first post ever. I’m going to start out by staying I have no idea what the hell I’m doing. This is going to be sort of a hub for one of the most important aspects of my life, which is traveling and exploring the outdoors. 635 more words

Adventure

Carnivores in the Dark - True Life!

When the dingoes came around that evening, I was alone. I was stranded on a hillside out in the middle of nowhere with no vehicle, no torch, no weapon and no retreat. 228 more words

Books

Interviewing Paul Bogard, author of The End of Night

I’m looking forward, with great excitement, to next Monday’s interview with Paul Bogard, author of The End of Night. The cover of his book notes that: “A brilliantly starry night is one of nature’s most thrilling wonders. 199 more words

Wildlife