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"In Winter" Note Card - Gayle S. Moore "The swiftest traveler" Note Card - Gayle S. Moore "Spring has a beauty" Note Card - Gayle S. Moore
Black and white photography emphasizes the details of this bloom of Queen Anne's Lace. The photograph is paired with the Henry D. Thoreau quote from "A Winter Walk:" "In winter, nature is a cabinet of curiosities, full of dried specimens, in their natural order and position." Created by Gayle S. Moore.

Black and white photography emphasizes the details of this sprig of Sweet fern. The photograph is paired with the Henry D. Thoreau quote from Walden: "I have learned that the swiftest traveler is he who goes afoot." Created by Gayle S. Moore.

Black and white photography emphasizes the details of this branch of Dogwood. The photograph is paired with the Henry D. Thoreau quote from his journal entry of March 23, 1859: "Spring has a beauty of its own which we would not exchange for that of summer." Created by Gayle S. Moore.

"The humblest weed" Note Card - Gayle S. Moore "The first springing" Note Card - Gayle S. Moore "How suddenly" Note Card - Gayle S. Moore

Black and white photography emphasizes the details of this bloom of Queen Anne's Lace. The photograph is paired with the Henry D. Thoreau quote from his journal entry of January 11, 1854: "The humblest weed is indescribably beautiful." Created by Gayle S. Moore.

Black and white photography emphasizes the details of this Hickory bloom. The photograph is paired with the Henry D. Thoreau quote from his journal entry of March 3, 1859: "How imperceptibly the first springing takes place!" Created by Gayle S. Moore.

Black and white photography emphasizes the details of this young maple seedling. The photograph is paired with the Henry D. Thoreau quote from his journal entry of May 30, 1857: "How suddenly Nature spreads her umbrellas! How little delay in expanding leaves!" Created by Gayle S. Moore.

"All change is a miracle to contemplate" Note Card - Gayle S. Moore

Black and white photography emphasizes the details of this American beech leaf. The photograph is paired with the Henry D. Thoreau quote from Walden: "All change is a miracle to contemplate." Created by Gayle S. Moore.