100 Drawings about Climbing — Wildflower•
Posted on August 18 2019
It was climbing that got me out to more untouched places, and the quietude of those places that got me to notice things so small as wildflowers. In multitudes, they cover entire hillsides and create floods of color, but it is amazing how small each component is compared to the whole. They are incredibly resilient — existing in places with harsh sun, wind and altitude, but simultaneously delicate and fragile. I think they are just the greatest, and maybe reflective of how a very small thing can have an impact beyond its singular form.
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