Wild Things

“There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot” -Aldo Leopold                I have used this quote before on this blog but the more time I spend outside for my job, graduate work, and leisure the more I have come to appreciate the full meaning of … Continue reading Wild Things

Fawns

Fawn face, the expression a deer makes not when it’s caught in headlights but when it catches a human looking at it in wonder. The deer looks back, acknowledging not only its own terror but its own grace, and it shows off for a moment in front of the human. It flirts.” -Meg Wolitzer Below … Continue reading Fawns