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This photograph was taken on the Mountain To Sea trail in the Pisgah National Forest. Captivated by the light's ethereal quality and inspired by this tree's regal nature, I tried to capture its essence and gravitas. With an almost god-like and benevolent presence, it watches over and protects its dominion, giving health and shelter to the land and providing for its kingdom. Many Black organizations, artists, creators, leaders, and outdoor enthusiasts hope to foster this kind of nurturing love for Black people who want to feel safe, seen and welcomed while enjoying nature.


The history of Black people is rooted in nature and the outdoors. From naturalist, astronomer, farmer, land surveyor, and almanac author Benjamin Bannerker to Harriet Tubman, who had an expert understanding of the outdoors as leader of the Underground Railroad, Black people have always been connected to nature.


We come from the Motherland and shall persist in enjoying all of the offerings of Mother Nature. 

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