“Absorbed in Another Time”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A traditional woodsman concealed behind an oak tree.

Lost in his 18th-century Eden, a post hunter sits concealed within the forest’s natural cover. Twenty-first-century observers are always concerned about a traditional black powder hunter’s lack of reliance on state of the art camouflage clothing. Images such as this one help dispel that misconception. Old Northwest Territory, one ridge east of the River Raisin, 1798.

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