I took a little side trip into the woods today. The trees are suddenly nearly in full leaf and in today’s sunny warmth the path has the feel of a summer afternoon. I took a few photos, of course, but I have so many already, as well as paintings.
For Earth Day 2017 I designed a number of posters with photos or art and a few of my favorite quotes saved for such a project, remembering how I felt when I stood to look at my subject and matching a quote to that experience.
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“Take nothing but memories, leave nothing but footprints.” ~Chief Seattle
Though the provenance of this quote is disputed, it’s most often attributed to Chief Seattle and sounds similar to other sentiments known to be his. The actions taken leave room for discovery rather than conquest or possession, letting the place be what it is and enjoying it for its own nature. The poster is named for both the quote and for the photo, intentionally unfocused on my great niece and nephews as they explore wildflowers along the trail, waist deep in green things, ready to discover what the woods have to give.
I don’t have this photo listed in any photo galleries here but I always have a few prints of it when I’m at my trail exhibit and when I’m displaying nature art and photos.
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Photo Quote: Discovery posters are made in archival inks on Epson Matte Photo Paper, Cold Press Digital Giclee Paper or Artist Canvas.
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