Heart in the Tree

"Never let a problem to be solved become more important than the person to be loved." 
 ~ Barbara Johnson


Forest Stream at Hungry Mother State Park

“As long as I live, 
I'll hear waterfalls and birds and winds sing. 
I'll interpret the rocks, 
learn the language of flood, storm, 
and the avalanche. 
I'll acquaint myself with the glaciers 
and wild gardens, 
and get as near the heart of the world as I can".” 
 ― John Muir

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Winter Reflections at Hungry Mother State Park

What a severe yet master artist old Winter is.... 
No longer the canvas and the pigments, 
but the marble and the chisel. 
~ John Burroughs

Reflections of the Visitor Center and cabin
in Hungry Mother Lake at Hungry Mother State Park
in Marion, Virginia.

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The Art of Flowers - Japanese Anemone

"We can make room for more experiences of radiance, peace, and beauty; 
and when we do, they arrive. 
When we make an intention 
to experience peace, 
when we value it enough 
to make room for it
 and invite it into our busy lives, 
it arrives bearing gifts."

— Gina Lake 
from her book  
What about Now?: Reminders for Being in the Moment

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Tall Trees In Winter

Along a path at Hungry Mother State Park
Marion, Virginia 

Trees are sanctuaries. 
Whoever knows how to speak to them, 
whoever knows how to listen to them, 
can learn the truth. 
They do not preach learning and precepts, 
they preach, undeterred by particulars, 
the ancient law of life. 
Hermann Hesse

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Canoe Reflections

Hungry Mother State Park - Marion, VA 

The imagination is a palette of bright colors. You can use it to touch up memories — or you can use it to paint dreams. 
~ Robert Brault

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