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“Only those who look with the eyes of children can lose themselves in the object of their wonder,” wrote Eberhard Arnold. As we grow older we pass so many beautiful objects, but have lost our sense of wonder. The world is a beautiful place to spend some time, or, as Thoreau observed, “…a canvas to the imagination.”
The new issue of Posey Magazine is now online. It features a heart warming story on an 88-year-old school bus driver, who just retired driving after 50-years. In addition, a photo-essay on some beautiful perennials photographed up close and personal, and the wisdom of bird expert Sharon Sorenson, who tells you how to make your backyard bird friendly.
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Indiana has a been a labor of love. We invite you to connect to the link —
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New issue of Posey Magazine is now online!
John Muir wrote: “When we tug at a single thing in nature, we find it attached to the rest of the world.” It has taken years for me to understand what Muir was talking about, but it slowly has taken hold in this old head. Muir believed in the beauty of the world, using words to paint pictures of what he saw. My paintbrush is a camera, and I can only dream of capuring the beauty that is offered in Posey County. Our cover story explores “THE COLOR OF EVERYTHING IN SPRING” — in Posey County. A small piece of the rest of the world. — J. Bruce Baumann
In the cellars of the night, when the mind starts moving around old trunks of bad times, the pain of this and the shame of that, the memory of a small boldness is a hand to hold. -John Leonard, critic (1939-2008).
In the cellars of the night, when the mind starts moving around old trunks of bad times, the pain of this and the shame of that, the memory of a small boldness is a hand to hold. -John Leonard, critic (1939-2008)