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  • revere, not fear

    revere, not fear

    Goliath is an educational rescued python who travels across Kansas to elementary schools teaching children about the importance of ecology and protecting the environment. “Fear of snakes” is listed as the top fear across numerous surveys. Pop culture and media continue to poison and perpetuate the fear. The “anti-venom” for this is education. Snakes and reptiles are valuable and essential to many ecosystems; the do not attack, but rather defend when provoked and are otherwise gentle and a non-threat; and, despite any fear someone has for them, snakes are deserving of our respect.

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  • Find Yourself For You

    Find Yourself For You

    In todays society many people are so unaware of how in control they are of their own life. We search for a way out of darkness and the rut of a regular lifestyle, and into the light of success and endless opportunities. Wanting all the right things but looking in all the wrong places. How can you ever find the real you if you’re looking in all the wrong places?…Step out of societies mindset, find your own.

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  • Women can survive

    Women can survive

    When challenged my nature, women can survive the elements.

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  • Home

    Home

    We stormed the beach and took it as our home for the night. Keeping warm with a driftwood fire dug into the sand. We stayed up all night and morning watching the stars and the sunrise.

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  • Birch

    Birch

    I grew up on a farm in southern Manitoba. As a child I would spend most of my time roaming the woods surrounding our house. Getting lost with a pet dog or cat. Talking with God out loud, arguing with God out loud, questioning God’s existence out loud, questioning my own queerness out loud. Even in winter (when this photo was taken at my parents farm) I would wander through the snow and birch trees.

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