|Harlan Hubbard woodcut|
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Tree trunk with snow (Harlan Hubbard woodcut)
Even through these trivial crowded days, I never lose sight of
the wild earth on which I live, of the ravishing perfection of its
beauty. I stand before infinity and look out over a virgin
wilderness. The potential for reproducing fragments
of this in a form worthy of it are endless.
Harlan Hubbard Journal, January 15, 1987
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