Hello! I'm Heather.
Artist. Photographer. Explorer. Environmentalist. Nature lover. Anti Coal Activist. Bone collector.

I spend my time exploring and studying the Appalachian Mountains. A vast region, often overlooked, but home to some of the most beautiful and lush forests in the world. I am in love with the wilderness, it is my home, my peace, and what keeps me sane. I make my living as an artist, selling jewelry and other creations. I live a very free lifestyle... outside the lines society has drawn for us. THIS is the society that I love and respect.

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Surrendering to the Unknown
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Living Among the Trees
Redeem the Mountains

I pulled off to the side of the road to take pictures of some beautiful foggy mountains, and found the remains of two road kills. One was a large dog or coyote, and the other a cat… I believe. They were far too crushed and scattered to be about to tell much about them. I picked up several teeth, a jawbone, broken pieces of jawbones, and a few other bones. All the rest was in bits and pieces. But it was strange finding two animals in the same place, without even looking for them!

Tagged: #roadkill #bones #teeth #dead stuff #hwatson #scavenging #vulture culture

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  6. shadyufo said: Nice finds! That actually happens a lot unfortunately, finding two or more animals in one spot. A lot of times one will get hit and then scavengers come along to eat the carcass only to get hit by a car themselves.
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