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Beaufort County, NC
Robinson Jeffers wrote of “the free companies of windy grasses.” It’s a phrase that has resonated with me for years. On Cherry Run, the free companies roam the wetlands, occupying every foot of earth not owned by a tree or shrub.
This is one of my favorite images of a riverine swamp in the Carolina coastal plain. There is something mesmerizing about it, a visual meditation.
Perhaps it’s the subtle textures of light, the bright shafts of sunlight and the receding shadows, the tangle of shadow and light.
This scene was a privilege to witness like someone telling me a deeply personal story about themselves, an intimate truth. It’s utterly candid.
It might seem strange to talk about a place as if it had personality, even agency, as if it could choose to reveal or conceal itself. No doubt I’m guilty of anthropomorphizing nature but is that a sin? You can choose to believe that nature is inert matter randomly arranged by time and chance, but that belief also has consequences. It leads to living on a scorched earth stripped of sanctity.
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