Beth Thompson

Beth Thompson

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Poison Ivy Pine Possible Perception by Beth Thompson
Poison Ivy Pine Possible Perception by Beth Thompson William Bartram's Desk, Bartram's Gardens, Philadelphia, PA by Beth Thompson William Bartram's Desk, Bartram's Gardens, Philadelphia, PA by Beth Thompson Cherokee Country by Beth Thompson Running Stream by Beth Thompson The Green Shade of Bartram's Cherry Tree at Fort Toulouse, AL by Beth Thompson Dancing Nymphs: Possible Perception 6040 by Beth Thompson Dancing Nymphs: Possible Perception 6040 by Beth Thompson These fleeting Cherokee maidens of the mountains, Bartram's Innocently Jocose Sylvan Nymphs, I discovered in Alabama at Jasmine Hill Gardens, forever frozen into Greek statuary, complete with the watchful eyes of the older Heras, and forever hotblooded lad, caught in time, in sculpture. Bartram's comments on this event are in "Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail 17". Ogeechee Lime Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Ogeechee Lime Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Wild Azalea: Possible Perception 6047 by Beth Thompson Wild Azalea: Possible Perception 6047 by Beth Thompson "He told of the magnolia, spread High as a cloud, high over head! Magnolia Cathedral Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Magnolia Cathedral Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Cypress Swamp Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Savannah Possible Perception 6038 by Beth Thompson Savannah Possible Perception 6038 by Beth Thompson "The youth of green savannahs spake, And many an endless, endless lake Lake George: The endless lake: By Beth Thompson Lake George: The endless lake: By Beth Thompson Evening Clouds by Beth Thompson Evening Clouds by Beth Thompson Erosion due to Overfarming in SW Georgia by Beth Thompson Erosion due to Over-farming in SW Georgia by Beth Thompson Remains of a Cherokee Village in Franklin, NC by Beth Thompson Remains of a Cherokee Village in Franklin, NC by Beth Thompson During my journeys along the Bartram Trail I photographed many of the same plants, animals, and landscapes Bartram saw, but the landscapes were fractured by the human populations living in close proximity to the wild spaces. Redbud at Bartram's Gardens, Philadelphia, PA by Beth Thompson Redbud at Bartram's Gardens, Philadelphia, PA by Beth Thompson Furthermore, our consumer society is becoming more and more addicted to the quick fix of having that Thing, that shiny Thing hanging in the window of the store, advertised on TV, etc. This fixation on consuming is having devastating consequences on the natural and wild environments as resources are being plundered without regard to who lives downstream. Fordham Rd, Bronx, before the street sweepers, by Beth Thompson Fordham Rd, Bronx, before the street sweepers, by Beth Thompson Downstream, Oconee River from Ben Burton Park, Athens, GA by Beth Thompson Downstream, Oconee River from Ben Burton Park, Athens, GA by Beth Thompson Egrets roosting, Skidaway Is, Savannah, GA by Beth Thompson Egrets roosting, Skidaway Is, Savannah, GA by Beth Thompson Bertram's Garden Magnolia Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Bartram's Garden Magnolia Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Mallard Mother, by Beth Thompson, Possible Perception Series Mallard Mother, by Beth Thompson, Possible Perception Series Posted inBeth's Travels | Leave a comment Bee & Wisteria by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Bee & Wisteria by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Hibiscus Flowers by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Hibiscus Flowers by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Jekyll Island Driftwood, by Beth Thompson Jekyll Island Driftwood, by Beth Thompson Except, when I finally did get a close up of a spider, it was on my trip to the Birds of Prey Center to photograph Sky Kings, vultures, for Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail, not spiders. Spider by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Spider by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Bee by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Bee by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail And finally, when I photographed a lizard, it was on a lovely vacation with my new fiancé, in a most unnatural environment atop a butterfly house in Brookgreen Gardens. And the last thing on my mind was taking pictures for Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail. Lizard by Beth Thompson Lizard by Beth Thompson As for the Giant Hibiscus? Those don't really exist-or do they? The Gian Hibiscus by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail The Giant Hibiscus by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Bee and Spider by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Bee and Spider by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail And here is Bee and Spider Possible Perception. Bee and Spider Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Bee and Spider Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Franklinia Altamaha Leaves by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Franklinia Leaves Against the Sky by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Franklinia Leaves Against the Sky by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Providence Canyon Pine by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Providence Canyon Pine by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Franklinia Altamaha Tree by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Franklinia Altamaha Tree by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Below is a Possible Perception of the Franklinia Altamaha taken from the image above. It is from the picture above, with the blue of the sky forming a pentagram, and the white of the sky defining it, and the fresh new leaves forming a lacey covering. Franklinia Altamaha Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Franklinia Altamaha Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Ogeechee Lime Blossom by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Ogeechee Lime Blossom by Beth Thompson: from Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail The Ogeechee Lime Blossom Image became the Ogeechee Lime Possible Perception Below: Ogeechee Lime Possible Perception by Beth Thompson Ogeechee Lime Possible Perception by Beth Thompson

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by Beth Thompson: Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Series Temperance Bell Possible Perception 6058 by Beth Thompson: Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Series Temperance Bell Possible Perception 6058 by Beth Thompson: Beth's Travels on the Bartram Trail Series Beth Thompson Photography

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