Of Distance and Becoming

11 thoughts on “Of Distance and Becoming”

  1. I live in the Ausable River valley of northern Michigan, the terrain is much the same, absolutely beautiful! Great photos pared with a quote that speaks to me. (thanks for following my blog)

  2. Love the snow pictures. We used to get snow like that about 10 years ago. Not anymore and I miss it. We had some flurries today but the ground is too warm for it to accumulate. Last Friday it was 76 degrees F here, then the next day it was 32 degrees F with high winds and snow flurries but no accumulation. Thank you so much for sharing your pictures. Nice words as well.

  3. I checked “White Fang,” by Jack London out of the library yesterday, because you recommended London. I read 70 pages last night, here in Savannah with temps in the 70s and high humidity. Thanks for your photos that show scenery more like that described in “White Fang.”

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