Now that I have enjoyed another #optoutside, I can start thinking about where I’ll go next year to celebrate the fourth annual event. I have a whole year to plan, and you have a whole year to wait. In the meantime, do get outside whenever possible and enjoy what nature has to offer to each of us. And, whenever possible, share the experience with others. And, don’t be afraid to look at things a little differently.
Along the Deschutes River in Bend, Oregon is an area of softer volcanic rock that has been worn away by the action of water and spinning rocks, creating potholes. This is a common feature along many rivers, including the St. Croix on the Minnesota and Wisconsin border. The interplay of shape and light tricks the eye into imagining most anything…so what do you see?