The New Town Rivulet

Bec Stephens Blog

So much force and energy… protrusions coming from the continuous need for growth. I walked a fence line bordering the creek and found the base of this tall tall poplar tree, contorted and bulging. The fence line is cut away from when the creek rises to flood level exposing the footings and hidden debris fromContinue reading

A first walking exchange with Julie, sharing details and wonder. Wednesday evening my time, Wednesday morning Julie’s time.

Lichens, seeds, stone, buttercups, ruins, watery dampness contrasts with dry lightness and movement.

Julie is rugged up in many layers and is too warm, I have had an afternoon dip in the cool mountain water in the afternoon a little further up the creek.

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