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This beautifully written book is an account of a 267-mile, 33-day backpacking trip. At different times gently introspective, humorous and thought-provoking, it explores the changes we go through as we gradually immerse ourselves in the deep woods, as well as the different rhythms we experience there.
Discover a whole new way of seeing the world around you. Using the simple techniques in this book, anyone can learn how to start and keep an ongoing nature journal. Along the way you'll develop skills in observing, sketching, appreciating, and writing about life's beauty and mysteries. "Like a string of beads - or pearls - these little - or grand - episodes help us link to the larger strand. This stringing of images, thoughts, connections, helps us to have more understanding, reason, compassion, gratefulness." --Clare Walker Leslie, author, journal entry.
The author, an Amish dairy farmer and acclaimed writer and naturalist, is an alert observer of the natural world and it's creatures. You'll feel as though David was walking with you along the fence rows of the farm where he has lived for more than 50 years as he holds you spellbound with tales of everyday life tuned to the sights and voices of the natural world. A delightful book illustrated with pen and ink drawings.
This classic work remains as relevant today as it was forty years ago.
Drawn to Nature by Clare Walker Leslie. Drawn to Nature willl inspire you to look up, look down, look all around, and wake up to the details of what's living right alongside you, whether it's a bird hopping along the sidewalk, squirrels chasing each other on the tree outside your window, or water droplets glistening on branches after a heavy rainfall. For, as Clare Walker Leslie has discovered, you, too, will find delight, comfort, and amusement in nature close at hand.
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Common to This Country: Botanical Discoveries of Lewis and Clark by Susan H. Munger. Lewis and Clark's expedition to discover a direct water route to the Pacific Ocean, from 1804 to 1806, resulted in accomplishments never imagined. Although they never found a water route west, they discovered and described more that 40 American Indian tribes and 122 animals, as well as collected more than 200 specimens of plants, many of them new to Western science, In expuisitely detailed watercolor illustrations and intriguing essays, Common to This Country exlores the history and significance of more than two dozen of these plants.
Nature Printing - 30 projects for creating beautiful prints, wearables, and home furnishings by, Laura Donnelly Bethmann. As simple as rubber stamping, as beautiful as nature's finest. Anyone can discover the excitement of creating captivating works of art by applying ink or paint directly to leaves, flowers, herbs, and fruit, and pressing life-sized images onto paper, fabric and other surfaces.
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Nature Journal with Clare Walker Leslie is a guide journal for illustrating and recording your observations of the natural world.
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A frequent commentator for NPR's "All Things Considered," Zickefoose now presents paintings of scenes from her beloved southern Ohio home, illuminated in well-crafted essays based on her daily walks and observations.