1,000 Words

“I was following a porcupine one fall day as it ambled up a slight wooded incline,” said naturalist, writer, and photographer Mary Holland. “At one point it took a misstep and came tumbling down to the base of the slope and onto an adjacent dirt road where it righted itself and continued on its way, fully adorned with fallen leaves from the beech-maple forest it inhabited.”


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