Alone time in nature has the effect of recharging emotions and grounding you to reality. You can absorb some of the calm energy that the natural world emits. A forest is a great monastery. It’s still and silent but you seem to come out of it a lot wiser.

I regularly explore the woods on the family land. I spent this weekend out there and I feel completely revitalized. Found lots of interesting flora, some salamanders, beetles, grubs, spiders, and one snake.

Also managed to total my bike. Apparently riding through uncharted woods is a good way to snap your drivetrain. Mountain bike on the wishlist.

My name is Hunter and Iโ€™m just a cajun boy wilderness enthusiast with a lot of respect and admiration for the natural world. I like to capture itโ€™s beauty in photos and preserve what I can so it can be celebrated in the home. I love animals, people, hiking, hammocking, kayaking, gaming, music, movies, and photography. Stay feral