Perspective by Sarah Hatfield

Perspective by Sarah Hatfield

Perspective. It is often what gives an excellent image the edge in a photo contest. It is a way to solve a problem, bridge a gap, or accept a difference. It gives rise to hindsight. Or it simply gives you a different way to see the world. Perspective is about seeing...
Evidence at the Sumac by Katie Finch

Evidence at the Sumac by Katie Finch

Like so many others, I’ve spent more time this past year watching birds than I may ever have. Watching birds, whether in the wild or from your windows is the perfect socially-distanced, stay-close-to-home activity. One of my favorite bird-watching spots is the...
Stargazing by Chelsea Jandreau

Stargazing by Chelsea Jandreau

Take a look around. If asked to point North, could you? Would you need to take out your phone and look it up, or could you use the context clues in the sky to figure it out? People have been trying to pinpoint where they are on this planet and figure out where they...
A Year for Adventure by Jeff Tome

A Year for Adventure by Jeff Tome

Nestled in the front of my Christmas tree there is a new ornament that I got just for 2020. It is a COVID ornament, but not the spiky COVID ball or the Santa with a mask on. My 2020 ornament is made of recycled steel and features two people hiking. The things I most...
Another Turning Point by Sarah Hatfield

Another Turning Point by Sarah Hatfield

I write this on the shortest day, the longest night. In a year that seems to have primarily contained darker days, there are still slivers of brightness. If you pay attention to the news and numbers, I imagine the darkness seems consuming, though you may see a ray of...