Crossing the River of Fire
The features composing the landscape were beautiful, particularly the reflections painted on the stream’s surface … and then “they” magically materialized. Tautly tentative were the members of the doe herd at the fringe of the waterway. Following a brief pause, the White-tailed Deer ensemble proceeded cautiously into the fluid and mirrored medium. In the pure stillness of a crisp Autumn morn, they were “Crossing the River of Fire”.
Stay alert! Moments constantly change, often quickly and unpredictably. What seems to be static often fools and surprises the eye.
~ Anecdote and White-tailed Deer capture, Crossing the River of Fire © Jerry L. Ferrara