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When you walk a lot in the woods, when you take a lot of photos in the woods, you develop a sixth sense (perhaps it is an unrealized sound, a scent in the wind or something larger, a fourth dimension sensation perhaps) that there is something ahead, an animal, a bird, something out of the ordinary. Today, as I headed down a steep portion of the trail, my body involuntarily slowed down, grew quiet, deliberate, cautious. When I came to the bottom, the clearing, there was this:

@GeoffreyGevalt That's the knowing of a place, isn't it? When you sense what's different today and then, there it is. Lucky for you, and your camera spirit, that you were able to capture it, in image and in story. Lucky for us, too.

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