Monday, 31 March 2014

The Things We Find


















I ran across a dead Barn Owl the other day while hiking. I’ve never seen one so up close. They’re a beautiful bird with various kinds of feathers, some short and downy, others long and overlapping. Even their colours reminded me of how form fits function: the white around the eyes to reflect light and the brown to camouflage with the natural colours of the forest. Getting out in nature is important. You see things so differently then when you are surrounded by things of towns and cities.

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