Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
Your photos are incredible! And I love that the deer's face was kind of hidden but the big translucent ears were sticking up. Really beautiful. And I really like the words you wrote, too.
How lovely, for a moment I thought your deer was flora not fauna!
I love how you create an interplay between words and images. It captivates the audience on many levels and forces them to seek for the source of your inspiration.Also... the photos are just dang wonderful! I adore the orangish "stuff"--are they mushrooms or flowers? I can't tell and am too lazy to look it up before my coffee is finished!Angelique
What a pleasant way to start a Monday. Thanks, Jason.
Clare, welcome! Thanks for the kind words. :) I have many pictures of wildlife taken with an automated trail camera, but this one is special. I came across her in person. We played a little cat and mouse game, then the sound of the camera sent her leaping and snorting.Wilf, she's very cautious, isn't she? Unfortunately, she saw me sitting on the trail and knew I didn't belong.Angelique, the chanterelles are mushrooms. Very tasty. :) **I stumbled on this kind of post early on in my blogging career. I enjoy writing them, and folks seem to enjoy reading them. It's something a little different I've been able to offer.Jaye, glad you enjoyed your walk. =)
Thanks, SzélsőFa. :)
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