Field Guide to Nola Nature
by Patricia Sills Bernstein
About the Book
Recently I have been healing myself through daily nature walks in the empty golf course at City Park. I have realized that nature gives to us through the sun, through the oxygen, and through its majestic beauty. I have tried to capture several parts of my experience from this past summer's walks with the dogs in the park.
This book is a small representation of a much larger environment. It is a reminder of what exists around us that we are too busy to visit.
I like the old saying “stop and smell the roses.” I think more of us need to remember it and put nature back into our daily lives.
Can you imagine being mugged for some okra seeds?