Streams in time can be preserved.
Like the fading forests, black and white photography is a record of long before the present and future.
Can we always say progress must alter the serene quiet of mountain, forest, and streams?
Water flowing through rock and past meadows far surpass gardens planted in man’s lifetime. The sheer beauty of small seedlings among ancient trees that reach above the forest canopy near soft moss lining rocks and stream beds numerous with flora and faunah have given homes to frogs and fish for thousands of years. One week can wipe away our delicate habitat with bulldozers and concrete.
We need parks and preserves!