I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.
The Letter “W”
Wayfarers wish for woodlands wet with waterfalls.
© 2021 Phil Perkins
PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.
The only person in the park and 2 miles deep into a forest hiking at the Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area – located in north central Tennessee – I was very surprised to discover that an adult male black bear had managed to quietly approach within 30 feet of me – a startling sight when I turned around! I estimated his weight to be twice mine …read more
Prints available. I took this photograph several years ago while wandering along a hillside in a forest, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. There were no trails or homes, just this random section of a fence.
Prints available. Like human beings, birch trees have character, weathered through time over the years with markings and scars – imperfections, which, in my opinion, make the tree more perfect.
Enjoy the great outdoors!
Enter into a quiet forest of pine and birch trees, with a comfortable cushion of pine needle-bedding underfoot as you walk toward the light. Along the way, you can visit my shop at Pixels to discover some great print options for your home or office, as well as a potpourri of other items to enjoy.
Enjoy this winter view into the forest, as seen at the beginning of a 2.75 mile trail I recently hiked in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Visit my gallery at Pixels to discover fine quality prints available for purchase!
I shot this photograph in 2006 while hiking Sugarloaf Mountain in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, between Marquette and Big Bay. Later, I used various creative software to stylize the image. Today, it’s available in my gallery at Pixels on a variety of different prints.
Hope to see you soon!!!