Tag Archive: growth

A Light in the Darkness

The forest is vast—always wild, and sometimes cruel. Even unforgiving. There is great beauty there, and danger also. It’s here we find ourselves, one and all. What can we do but try our best to keep to the path? To…
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Golden Cap

Not far from the banks of the Pemigewasset River in New Hampshire, I spied this vibrant yellow mushroom. I was captivated by its pefect golden cap, and the way the color contrasted with the greens and soft purples of the…
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Flowing Fungus

On an autumn afternoon hike in Lincoln, MA, I stumbled upon this beautiful ‘Chicken of the Woods’ mushroom. Also known as a sulfur shelf, I was captivated by the layered fungal growth spilling from the tree trunk like lava. This image…
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Reflection

While hiking the Mass Audubon Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary in Topsfield, MA, I stopped to take in the scenery. The glassy surface of the Ipswich River was perfectly reflecting the trees and ribbons of cloud on a beautiful summer afternoon.…
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Waiting for the Rain

Have you ever been thirsty? So thirsty you can’t even move—thirsty like you’re buried in the hard, dry earth and you’re so far down you can’t see the sky to even hope the clouds that have rolled in will bring…
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