For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Friday, August 14, 2020
Maybe a small stream reflection or perhaps it's more....
Pristine..." not spoiled, corrupted, or polluted"...many times I have used this word to describe where I fish and what is in the waters where my fishing takes place. The rain drops as the lie on the leaves after a brief shower. The leaves, the rain drops and the stream that flows under them is a fine example of pristine. This short period of time when everything in the picture is unspoiled.
Debris, as nature defines it. Litter in the stream of branch and leaf piled up along a fallen log or perhaps many stream stones. Another example of pristine for it is not corrupted.
A wild brook trout. He swims the waters I fish. He is a pure example of pristine, for he his not found in polluted waters.
Which brings me here. My question is "how are we as a nation going to tackle the tough problems we face in this day in age, when we can not even get people to throw their trash in a proper place"...stop a moment and think about that...and the next time you see trash along a road, on near the waters you fish....