It’s all connected — 21 Comments

  1. This is amazing. Photography again for me, is like poetry. How can we create such meaningful art without this profound discovery! I think we find this gem of a truth along the way, as we snap photos, as we pen words into strings of sentences, into paragraphs, poems, stories. We can then see we are not along, and that we are indeed linked. GORGEOUS MOOSE and darling beaver, Mary!

  2. Oh wow, I love your moose images. What an awesome sighting. Nature is grand. Have a happy day!

  3. For the two “ugly” shots, the 2nd one isn’t so ugly as interesting, to me. It leaves a story untold….was that someone’s picnic spot? Did a young couple share a bottle of wine? Why was the blanket left behind (Moose attack?! Just kidding.)……

    • It does leave a story doesn’t it. Actually when I went by there again there was a truck parked. The blanket was their “porch” before climbing into the camper.

  4. the “ugly” photos aren’t ugly… they are great to ponder why the thingy is locked with such a big chain and who placed the blanket there and why it is abandoned now :o)… oh wait I know it… the people with the blanket saw Mr. Moose and ran away :o)

    • I know, I don’t know what the locked thingy was. And the blanket did belong to someone camped. They were there later on. So no moose story. LOL

  5. I watched a beautiful video on the weekend about the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone park and how, after a 70 year absence, since coming back in 1995 they have had a lasting and evolutionary impact on the area that improves both grasslands and waterways. Really powerful. If I can find it again I’ll share the link.

    Love the photos and your observations — and the one of the lock and chain on the pillar is quite provocative.

  6. They leave the half bottom alone… Fascinating! Love the captures of the moose. The two photos for the challenge are beautiful, Mary! :)

  7. Nature in balance is a beautiful thing. When I spent my weekends hiking and camping in the woods, I felt that amazing connection/unity and saw it in action. It was the best time of my life.

  8. I never thought about the fact that moose eat only the tops of shrubs and trees. When I watch them eating here (not willows but other small trees) – they do the same thing, eating the very top. That’s cool!

    It is all interconnected and you said it so well.

    And I’m going to check out “in flow”. I love your photo of the chain. It “flows”…

  9. Great selection of photos to illustrate connections. I think about the connections in nature a lot but I’m not sure I would have thought of it in response to the prompt . And I guess I’ll never know now since I’ve already seen your response. :)

    I really like these types of challenges. Too bad I’m on Blogspot and not WordPress!

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