My relationship with the Sewanee Perimeter Trail has become alarmingly intimate. After having collected over 1,200 data points on the thing this past summer 2016 I couldn’t shake images of the track from my mind. This scene of Proctors Hall found its way onto paper while I was working with professor David Haskell on an independent study project last semester.
It’s a familiar landscape, trod by many, and is a beautiful portal into the natural world. If you haven’t yet this year, this month, this week or today I implore you; find some ground, lace up your boots and start walking.