By Gene Logsdon,Wendell Berry,Gregory Spaid
Wally’s tale is a captivating distillation of the subjects that the overdue, liked Gene Logsdon back to repeatedly in his many books and hundreds of thousands of articles. Environmental recovery is the duty of our time. The paintings of therapeutic our land starts in our personal backyards and farms, in our neighborhoods and our areas. people can flip the earth right into a veritable paradise—if they truly wish to.
Noted photographer Gregory Spaid retraced the path that Logsdon traveled whilst he was once encouraged to write The guy Who Created Paradise. His photos evoke an analogous longing for wholeness, for ties to land and neighborhood, that infuses the fable’s poetic prose.
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