Posts Tagged ‘Kelly Muncy

10
Aug
16

reflecting upon…

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04
Aug
15

The stream is dry…

“Thou art gone from my gaze like a beautiful dream.
And I seek thee in vain by the meadow and stream.”
George Linley

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26
Jul
15

Exploring new paths…

“Between every two pine trees is a door leading to a new way of life.” John Muir

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23
Jul
15

looking up…

“Solitude shows us what should be; society shows us what we are.” Robert Cecil

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26
Aug
14

Solitude

No sounds but the bugs, the wind, branches rubbing, the water lapping at the shoreline, the rod cutting the air. You pause, you take it in. All alone. Solitude.

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The day’s done. You hike back to the rig. You retrace your tracks heading out. Euphoria, a peace, has taken over. Hold onto it as long as you can.
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06
May
14

Early Grey Morning…Columbia River

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20
Apr
14

Memaloose Island…Columbia River

photography-kelly muncy-memaloose-columbia riverMy son, Kelly, took this photo coming down the Columbia River this Winter. The East wind was raging above The Dalles, but atypically, further West at Memaloose Island the water was still. Beautiful angles, colors and historical.

02
Apr
14

Drawn to Water: Jordan Creek (Oregon)

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Oregon_highlighting_Tillamook_CountyAn image by my son, Kelly, on Jordan Creek, near the Wilson River in Tillamook County. Densely wooded and always private, these areas are prime habitat for wildlife. I like that my children are drawn to such places and see the beauty around them. I imagine they recall younger years and realize the peace & the harmonizing rhythm available.

“Choosing to save a river is more often an act of passion than of careful calculation. You make the choice because the river has touched your life in an intimate and irreversible way, because you are unwilling to accept its loss.” David Bolling, How to Save a River: Handbook for Citizen Action




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