Mundane Monday #115

The Sacred and the Profane #1

Still-life with rocks and shell casing

I find bullets and weapons so contrary to nature. I was recently camping near Fairbanks, Alaska. Numerous shell casings were scattered throughout our site. It distressed me to think that the peace and serenity of the park could be disturbed by indiscriminate gunfire. It was not a location where hunting was allowed. The juxtaposition of nature and destruction is telling and demoralizing.

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Culture, danger, nature

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