Three woodcocks whirled around the mowed meadow when I returned home in the evening.
Those are today's brushes with nature. Not nearly enough, and I can tell because I feel rather unsettled and edgy. Perhaps a little like this may apple leaf.
Rachel Mackow is a photographer and writer who resides on a ridge in the New Jersey Highlands with her husband and son.
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I'm a writer and photographer, observer and keeper of memories in this space, The Shagbark Speaks. In the other spaces of my life, which take most of my time, I am a wife, mother, native plant grower & natural lands restoration practitioner, and laundress.