Monday, December 21, 2009


"The very word forest is magical, suggesting an abundance of rich colors, shifting patterns of haunting light, textures and materials that practically ask to be touched, earthy and evocative smells, and mysterious thematic sounds. A forest changes with every step taken into it. It whispers much, but I always sense there is much more held back, much more to be discovered if I can only take the time to stop and stare and listen and sniff."
—Michael W. Robbins, The Hiking Companion (2003)


Harnett-Hargrove said...

And it is amazing how our perspective changes as we walk through something. -Jayne

Eccentric Scholar said...

Beautiful point, Jayne!