For over a decade beginning in 2010 poet Susan Debora King and photographer Hal Watson engaged in a private, artistic, and creative jam session of sorts. Watson's stunningly spiritual photographs of our natural world and King's passionate poems refract off of one another in ways that both challenge and heal at the same time. King's poems unlock stories, questions, and realms of meaning from Watson's photographs and make us wonder what keys do we hold within us as well? All of this work is brought forth with an attitude of wonder and awe. Over the course of 23 poems and photographs, we are privy to intimate ruminations and breathtakingly expansive celebrations - and always left with a sense of gratitude for the beauty and wholeness of a world that quietly invites us to contemplation.
Proceeds from sales of this book will benefit the Kinnickinnic River Land Trust and The Nature Conservancy