K. S. Hardy decided to become a poet and writer at the age of fifteen. A dedicated and visionary writer, his work has been widely published in literary journals and anthologies worldwide. A committed observer of nature, Natural History is Hardy’s first published collection of poetry and is the result of years of attentive living in his native Ohio. Hardy reports that a pheasant once walked up to his dining room window, but upon invitation, refused to come in.
Jeffrey Stoner has had a lifelong passion for photography and is known for making photographs that capture the essence of place. The focus of his work lies in capturing images of the beauty and wonder that surrounds us, telling a story that touches the spirit. He works primarily in the Appalachian region of Tennessee, Virginia, and the Carolinas. Stoner’s award-winning images have been featured in international, national, and regional publications. Stoner’s photographs also appeared in Current: Essays on the Passing of Time in the Woods (Shanti Arts Publishing, 2013).

Natural History: Interpretations of Flora and Fauna  is a beautiful blend of poetry and photography, revealing both the grandeur and nuance of the seasons. It is a book to come back to again and again for enjoyment and inspiration.

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