Please indulge me while I spend some time with happier times.
My way of hunting has always been with a camera - not a gun.
Using a camera takes as much stealth & patience as someone uses
when hunting with a gun. There's one huge difference though - with
a camera you leave things as you found them. You also build trust
all you come in contact with. Trust is so important
and should never be
taken lightly. I've never understood this
idea that humans should decide
who is to live today and who
is to die. Just think how insane it really is. Here's
example: Let's say that you are a Prong horn antelope living your
life on the
high plains of Montana or maybe you're a Grizzly bear
living in the Rockies just
trying to live out your life as best
as you can. Well you get the idea - the Prong horn
the Grizzly are tending to their business - survival. Okay - now picture
that lives miles from where the Prong horn and Grizzly live.
This person has decided that
he/she just has to have a trophy to make
himself feel big and important. So he/she takes a
little trip to the *home* of the critter that the person has decided
should die. To die for
this person's ego - what a terrible and shameful
waste of a life.
When Frodo was a pup I made the mistake
of climbing this tree in front of him. Naturally he wanted
that same tree so I helped him up. He was so cute I couldn't help but laugh *with* him. Of course
I stayed with him and kept him from
falling - he was, after all, just a baby. That tree was Frodo's tree
that day on he would climb that tree. Frodo always enjoyed sharing a laugh
and he would go out
of his way to put a smile on your face.
I've had many dreams with
the sky filled with many yellow
to orange moons. It's so beautiful!
Heck - just take multiple
with your camera.
Living with M.S.
Beauty & the Furry Babies
Toma the 2nd
Toma the 1st
© 2002 Kathy Kramer