out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing,
when the soul lies down in that grass,
[photography by Kevin Schnepp]
One of the biggest differences from living in "the Lowcountry" of South Carolina as opposed to the Midwest is the wildlife - and since our development is so new, rural and mostly undeveloped, we're quite literally in the middle of the wild.
Here are 10-11 wild turkeys that I see every Sunday morning. They're actually quite large when you see them up close.
Then, of course, there's the alligators (picture not taken in our development, though there is at least one gator in our area).
Besides that there are wild boar, snakes, lizards, crazy prehistoric-looking birds, armadillos, foxes, and God-knows-what else lurking in the wilderness.
Every day is like living in a zoo. Minus those... cage things.