Leith portrait
  • Expedition: May 14-17, 2007
  • Leith
  • Turlock High School
  • Kings Canyon National Park

I remember why I love the woods so much. When I was little I loved the forest I pined for it (no pun intended). The beauty and the nature had a part in my love, but what really attracted me was the lure of secrecy. I always feel because the woods are so dense, so complex there are all these things you don't see, all of these magical treasures and secrets that can surprise you at any time. I love to let my imagination take over, whether it is about what insect or creature is lurking just beyond my sight or the fairies playing in a mossy creek.

It's a rushing river
It's the silver moon sliver
It's what is uninhibited
Where things can grow and live
It thrives it breaths
It's the wind in the trees

Trying to preserve/protect as much as we can, leaving as little impact. Explaining new things, sharing, learning secrets, figuring out what is out there.

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