“To see a world in a grain of sand….”

William Blake

On these pages we’ll place the photographs of birds, flowers etc. alongside drawings by elementary school artists.

Most of us view so many photographs it’s pretty normal to say “yeah, just another bird.”

So we hope the kid’s artistry may trigger further thought, and maybe a “wow, this is special.”

An index column on the left introduces the subjects we’ve illustrated.

Second graders from Honesdale, PA link hands around Pennsylvania's largest black maple tree. Rich flood-plain soil from the nearby Delaware River helped it
grow to this size.


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The large butterfly (top) is by Tara, a 2nd grader in Honesdale, PA.

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