the wilderness love

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  • In another context, the raven is a positive symbol as an attribute of hermit saints, bringing them bread to sustain them in the wilderness see St. Anthony Abbott.

    A Handbook of Symbols in Christian Art

  • Thursday afternoon, Taylor Lockwood stood in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Fifth Avenue, looking up at a brown brick apartment building across the street, about as far from the wilderness of New Hampshire as you could get, conceptually speaking.

    Mistress of Justice

  • I carried equipment on an expedition with the renowned Colorado landscape photographer John Fielder, an ambassador of the wilderness who takes people places through the medium of his pictures.

    127 Hours

  • Nature, the country, the wilderness were the antidotes to the cities, the foci of human degeneracy.

    HEALTH AND DISEASE

  • Art not thou that Egyptian, which before these days madest an uproar, and leddest out into the wilderness four thousand men2 that were murderers?

    The Templar Revelation

  • An Incident Base camp of a thousand-plus firefighters had been established on the edge of the Caribou Wilderness east of the park and a spike camp within the wilderness area on Banyon Ridge.

    Firestorm

  • The night before heading for “bearsville” meaning we intend to camp in the wilderness without hookups, we spend the night in an RV park to use shore power to fully charge batteries, stock up at the local supermarket, fill all tanks full, and then take a deep breath and head for the woods, mountains, desert, beach, or whatever.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • It was a by-the-book statement for which search-and-rescue leaders sometimes use the acronym LAST—for locate, access, stabilize, and transport—with a necessarily ambitious time frame to have me out of the wilderness in the first ten hours.

    127 Hours

  • We each hold Edward Abbey—combative conservationist; anti-development, anti-tourism, and anti-mining essayist; beer swiller; militant ecoterrorist; lover of the wilderness and women preferably wilderness women, though those are unfortunately rare—as a sage of environmentalism.

    127 Hours

  • Arnold was to cooperate by leading a second force up the Kennebec River through the wilderness of Maine, across “a treacherous tangle of lake, mountain, and morass” northwestward to the Dead River.

    Angel in the Whirlwind

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