1/365 Round Two
It’s been awhile since I’ve done much in the way of purposeful creative endeavors. Have decided to attempt 365 days of photographs again. An excuse to write a bit and get out of the cubicle-slave to the public-chores-notimeforme cycle I have fallen into. Keep your fingers crossed for me.
Today I ran a buckthorn bust for the non profit Matt and I started with friends six years ago. It’s MEA weekend, so turnout was low, but being out in the woods close to the mouldering leaves, seeing how few woody buckthorn plants are present in this space previously choked with them felt amazingly good. Little cedars, maple, cottonwood and an oak or two have gained a foothold, something I hadn’t expected to see for decades. Being in this cathedral of trees reaffirms my desire to make spaces like this a priority for management. We can’t make something as lovely as what we’ve been given.