by J.L. Salter
Taken with a phone camera, this slightly grainy shot features a full moon over my house up on what I call “Fossil Hill”. That hill, in prehistory, was the bank of a significant river and we’ve found hundreds of fossils — both aquatic type and some unknown form of (land-grown) fruit.
A westerly autumn view from the bottom (currently dry) bed of “Disappearing Creek” which was – in prehistory – a raging river.
The five acres of woods directly behind our house , the widest of the logging roads … during winter.