Simple Grandeur

“Today we must realize

that nature is revealed in the simplest

meadow, wood lot, marsh,

stream, or tidepool,

as well as in the remote grandeur

of our parks and wilderness areas.”

— Ansel Adams

“A marsh is a whole world within a world, a different world, with a life of its own, with its own permanent denizens, its passing visitors, its voices, its sounds, its own strange mystery. — Guy De Maupassant

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Simple Grandeur — Cattails and marsh mallows buffer the life of the water from the land.

Photo by Mary O’Connor © 2019


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