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"Photography, as we all know, is not real at all. It is an illusion of reality with which we create our own private world."
Arnold Newman
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Albert Camus In the depth of winter I fi...
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Albert Schweitzer Man has lost the capacity t...
Aldo Leopold In June as many as a dozen ...
Alice Walker I think it pisses God off i...
Ambrose Bierce Ocean: A body of water occu...
Anais Nin And the day came when the r...
Anais Nin I know why familles were cr...
Andrew Wyeth I prefer winter and fall, w...
Annie Dillard There is a muscular energy ...
Ansel Adams It is horrifying that we ha...
Ansel Adams Yosemite Valley, to me, is ...
Anthony J. D'Angelo Wherever you go, no matter ...
Anton Chekhov Let us learn to appreciate ...
Antonio Porchia Flowers are without hope. B...
Aristotle If one way be better than a...
Aristotle In all things of nature the...
Aristotle Nature does nothing useless...
Bertrand Russell I've made an odd discovery....
Bill Vaughan It's hard for the modern ge...
Blaise Pascal There are truths on this si...
Boris Pasternak Poetry is a rich, full-bodi...
Carl Reiner A lot of people like snow. ...
Carl Sagan In order to make an apple p...
Carl Sandburg And how should a beautiful,...
Carl Sandburg Let the gentle bush dig its...
Charles Lindbergh How long can men thrive bet...
Charles Lindbergh In wilderness I sense the m...
Claude Monet I perhaps owe having become...
Colin McPhee We ran up the hills where, ...
Dag Hammarskjold Never measure the height of...
Dale Carnegie One of the most tragic thin...
David Gerrold Understanding the laws of n...
David Letterman Fall is my favorite season ...
Debbie Harry I don't mind if my skull en...
Delia Ephron In your standard-issue fami...
Diane Ackerman Hit a tripwire of smell and...
Diane Ackerman Nothing is more memorable t...
Don DeLillo There's always a period of ...
Doug Larson Spring is when you feel lik...
e. e. cummings I thank you God for this mo...
e. e. cummings The world is mud-luscious a...
Edward Abbey For myself I hold no prefer...
Elizabeth Gray Vining Fragments came floating int...
Emily Dickinson How strange that nature doe...
Emily Dickinson I never saw a moor, I never...
Eric Berne The moment a little boy is ...
Erma Bombeck The art of never making a m...
Erma Bombeck You hear a lot of dialogue ...
Ernest Jones The control man has secured...
Francis Bacon Nature, to be commanded, mu...
Francis Bacon We cannot command Nature ex...
Frank Lloyd Wright I believe in God, only I sp...
Frederick Douglass It is not light that we nee...
Galileo Galilei The sun, with all those pla...
George Bernard Shaw Except during the nine mont...
George Gissing For the man sound in body a...
George Santayana To be interested in the cha...
George Thoma Grass grows by inches but i...
George Washington Carver I love to think of nature a...
Georgia O'Keeffe I decided that if I could p...
Gerard De Nerval Every flower is a soul blos...
Gil Stern Man is a complex being: he ...
Gwyn Thomas Once you have heard the lar...
H. G. Wells Adapt or perish, now as eve...
Hal Borland A woodland in full color is...
Hal Borland Knowing trees, I understand...
Hal Borland You can't be suspicious of ...
Hal Boyle What makes a river so restf...
Hamlin Garland I remember a hundred lovely...
Hamlin Garland My recollection of a hundre...
Hamlin Garland Whenever the pressure of ou...
Hans Christian Anderson Just living is not enough.....
Harry Millner There are many paths to the...
Helen Keller To me a lush carpet of pine...
Henri Matisse There are always flowers fo...
Henry David Thoreau Every creature is better al...
Henry David Thoreau Heaven is under our feet as...
Henry David Thoreau I frequently tramped eight ...
Henry David Thoreau I once had a sparrow alight...
Henry David Thoreau If a man walks in the woods...
Henry David Thoreau Nature will bear the closes...
Henry David Thoreau Shall I not have intelligen...
Henry David Thoreau Thank God men cannot fly, a...
Henry David Thoreau The bluebird carries the sk...
Henry David Thoreau You must not know too much ...
Henry Havelock Ellis The sun, the moon and the s...
Henry Van Dyke Use what talent you possess...
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The best thing one can do w...
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The counterfeit and counter...
Henry Ward Beecher Flowers are the sweetest th...
Henry Ward Beecher Rain! whose soft architectu...
Ikkyu Sojun Break open a cherry tree an...
Iris Murdoch People from a planet withou...
Isaac Bashevis Singer I did not become a vegetari...
Izaak Walton Those little nimble musicia...
James Russell Lowell Good heavens, of what uncos...
James Whitcomb Riley When I see a bird that walk...
Jane Austen To sit in the shade on a fi...
Jean Giraudoux The flower is the poetry of...
Jean Paul Richter Sorrows gather around great...
Jimmy Carter Like music and art, love of...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Nature knows no pause in pr...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe One must ask children and b...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The world is so empty if on...
John Burroughs I go to nature to be soothe...
John Burroughs Nature teaches more than sh...
John Burroughs To find the universal eleme...
John F. Kennedy I look forward to an Americ...
John Fowles In some mysterious way wood...
John Keats The poetry of the earth is ...
John Lubbock Earth and sky, woods and fi...
John Lubbock Rest is not idleness, and t...
John Muir A few minutes ago every tre...
John Muir Everybody needs beauty as w...
John Muir God has cared for these tre...
John Muir How glorious a greeting the...
John Muir I never saw a discontented ...
John Muir I only went out for a walk ...
John Muir In every walk with nature o...
John Muir Nature chose for a tool, no...
John Muir The clearest way into the U...
John Muir The grand show is eternal. ...
John Muir There is that in the glance...
John Muir We all travel the milky way...
John Muir When one tugs at a single t...
John Ruskin Sunshine is delicious, rain...
Kahlil Gibran Forget not that the earth d...
Katharine Graham A mistake is simply another...
Kevin Starr A city where everyone seeme...
Kin Hubbard Don't knock the weather; ni...
Lane Olinghouse Remember when atmospheric c...
Langston Hughes Beauty for some provides es...
Langston Hughes Let the rain kiss you. Let ...
Leo Buscaglia I still get wildly enthusia...
Leonardo da Vinci Human subtelty will never d...
Logan Pearsall Smith What humbugs we are, who pr...
Loudon Wainwright The magnificence of mountai...
Margaret Lindsey This very moment is a seed ...
Margaret Mead Never doubt that a small gr...
Marilyn Monroe Fame will go by and, so lon...
Marshall McLuhan There are no passengers on ...
Martin Luther For in the true nature of t...
Mary Catherine Bateson Worlds can be found by a ch...
Orison Swett Marden Forests, lakes, and rivers,...
Orison Swett Marden The Universe is one great k...
Pam Brown For every person who has ev...
R. Buckminster Fuller There is nothing in a cater...
Rabindranath Tagore The butterfly counts not mo...
Rabindranath Tagore Trees are the earth's endle...
Rainer Maria Rilke Everything is blooming most...
Ralph Waldo Emerson Adopt the pace of nature: h...
Ralph Waldo Emerson Do not go where the path ma...
Ralph Waldo Emerson Earth laughs in flowers....
Ralph Waldo Emerson Flowers... are a proud asse...
Ralph Waldo Emerson How cunningly nature hides ...
Ralph Waldo Emerson Nature always wears the col...
Ralph Waldo Emerson Nature and books belong to ...
Ralph Waldo Emerson Plants are the young of the...
Ralph Waldo Emerson When nature has work to be ...
Richard Selzer Each is like a river that l...
Robert Byrne Winter is nature's way of s...
Robert Green Ingersoll Hope is the only bee that m...
Robert Redford I think the environment sho...
Robin Williams Spring is nature's way of s...
Roger Miller Some people walk in the rai...
Rose Kennedy Birds sing after a storm; w...
Rupert Brooke Breathless, we flung us on ...
Russell Baker Ah, summer, what power you ...
Ruth Stout There is a privacy about it...
Saint Basil Many a man curses the rain ...
Samuel Butler A hen is only an egg's way ...
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Swans sing before they die ...
Sandra Day O'Connor Having family responsibilit...
Sara Teasdale Life has loveliness to sell...
Socrates He is richest who is conten...
Stephanie Mills Environmentalists have long...
Steven Weinberg Maybe nature is fundamental...
Tennessee Williams The violets in the mountain...
Thomas Browne All things are artificial, ...
Thomas Merton By reading the scriptures I...
Thornton Wilder The planting of trees is th...
Toni Morrison All water has a perfect mem...
Vince Poscente In a pond koi can reach len...
Vincent Van Gogh When I have a terrible need...
Virgil A. Kraft Spring shows what God can d...
Walt Whitman A morning-glory at my windo...
Walt Whitman Give me odorous at sunrise ...
Walt Whitman I believe a leaf of grass i...
Walter Scott Unless a tree has borne blo...
Wendell Berry I am not bound for any publ...
Wendell Berry To cherish what remains of ...
Willa Cather I like trees because they s...
William Cullen Bryant The groves were God's first...
William Cullen Bryant Weep not that the world cha...
William Ellery Channing The mind, in proportion as ...
William Hazlitt We do not see nature with o...
William Manchester The coconut trees, lithe an...
William Shakespeare And this, our life, exempt ...
William Shakespeare Fishes live in the sea, as ...
William Shakespeare One touch of nature makes t...
William Wordsworth Come forth into the light o...
Winston Churchill Solitary trees, if they gro...
Woody Allen I am two with nature....
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