Raised as an “air force brat” without hometown roots, I found consistency and comfort in the outdoors. My childhood days were often spent quietly exploring shallow streams, scooping up tadpoles, and seizing the opportunity to be near any animal but especially horses and dogs.
Decades later not too much has changed; I am still fascinated by how the natural world fits together. My exploration of nature’s details now often takes place in a sketch book or on a copper plate.
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This cropped version of Blue Apples is especially powerful with your description above. There you go, being brave again!