Wednesday’s Words: Wilderness

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The forces that we imagine inhabiting the wilderness, sometimes frighten us but also attract us.  There is power and beauty in the wilderness.  Elements of wilderness are larger, grander, more intense than most of our daily lives, and these are characteristics that appeal to us: think great music and characters in literature, the kinds that transcend generations.  Thus, the wilderness draws us into it and it is why we preserve them as national and state parks.

Photographs can remind us these ideals.  For fine art images or to schedule portrait sessions, contact Crouse Photography today.




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