Writing Wild

Edness Kimball State Park in Casper, Wyoming 4-8-17

A gaggle of geese sit across the river. I imagine them deciding – swim or fly? The river current is strong this morning and seems wider, taller this spring. It’s a sign of a very wet winter melting off the mountain top and feeding the Platte River.

No wind, a soft breeze and the water forming a V as it moves to this side of the river, divided by an island.

In the meantime the geese across the river decide to fly and form a V formation of their own.

A glimpse into my nature journal
This book has inspired my nature writing and I love how it combines writing with nature.

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