Wild Pilgrimage – Lynd Ward

“In the American experience there is probably no more basic or recurrent impulse than to leave society. It is a madness- or a sanity- that can take hold of any citizen when the daily grind becomes suddenly more abrasive than anyone should be asked to endure; when the crush of too many people in too … Continue reading Wild Pilgrimage – Lynd Ward

From 52 FLOWERS: 32 Box by Charlotte Du Cann

"Our bodies know things our minds do not because, like the mountains, they are ancient. They were formed thousands of years ago, and they resonate to the wind, to the winter, to the world of the box tree. They are archaic and they love the archaic world because they were built for it. Our feet … Continue reading From 52 FLOWERS: 32 Box by Charlotte Du Cann