The Road Less Traveled at Chucalissa

rachelcoverHere is another photo essay from a walk in the woods at Chucalissa.  This set of images is by Rachel Clark, currently an intern at the C.H. Nash Museum.

Rachel writes:

My dad raised me to appreciate the natural beauty of our world – the myriad colors of a sunset, the way the wind makes tall grasses look like shimmering green liquid, and the harmonious sound of millions of creatures singing the songs of spring. What does a video game or T.V. show have against nature? Not a damn thing! Let’s go outside!

Like this set of photos?  Check out what other Museum staff saw when they took a walk in the woods!  And most important, visit us at Chucalissa and take a walk in our woods and then send us your set of photos.

About C.H. Nash Museum

The mission of the C.H. Nash Museum at Chucalissa, a division of the University of Memphis, is to protect and interpret the Chucalissa archaeological site’s cultural and natural environments, and to provide the University Community and the Public with exceptional educational, participatory, and research opportunities on the landscape’s past and present Native American and traditional cultures.
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