We all need something to reboot our minds and souls, mine happens to be water surrounded by nothing but nature and color
The moon rises as the light fades into darkness, casting shadows and fears of our lurking hidden childhood monsters
Four different breeds of dog that all enjoy the water and a leisure boat ride.
Sometimes you’re the bug and other times you’re the windshield
Smoke rolls from Embers
into the light
You’ve taken precaution
Bites still penetrate
Through the timber
and across the lake
Haunting loon cries call
ravens begin to echo warn
I am so in love with the blooms on my Hibiscus tree
a magnificent contradiction of natural beauty.
Jeremy Wade is a biologist, extreme angler and writer specializing in travel and natural history