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Photo Essay: Nature walk in Muju

 

Muju is generally known for it’s ski resorts, powder and it’s natural landscape of forestry. But on a crisp fall day, visiting Muju by way of attending a yoga camp, the wooded area is sparse. Only filled with the sounds of pine trees and leaves falling.

Walking through a forest in meditation, with the autumn leaves in fall and life transitions into hibernation, I walk in silence, with my camera. During my nature walk in Muju, life is tinged with a trails of abandon and death. From burial grounds to hunter’s markings, everywhere I turn, I’m reminded of how man continually exerts its boundaries within nature.

 

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Laura in Cancun
December 1, 2010 2:33 am

Beautiful! I love some of the bigger trees, and all the markings

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