by Joan Moscovitch Webb
Photographs, haikus, dreams, and journal entries from a personal retreat at Nahmakanta Lake Camp in Maine.
Following a year of three losses--my mother-in-law at age 90, dog at age 14, and my daughter's stillborn fetus at 21 weeks, I found a secluded place for solitude and healing.
I have developed an interest in photography since moving to live on 45 acres near Providence, RI. Taking photographs is a way for me to witness the changing of the seasons, the harmonies and dissonances of nature, and the life force made manifest.
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