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|Surviving on Burdock
The leaning cedar posts with no barbed wire emphasize the absence of nearby farming and access to an easy food source. The cold north wind is punctuated by the start of another heavy snowstorm. The scalloped snow in the field indicates crusting, further preventing wild turkeys from digging for food.
The lowly burdock now becomes the only source of nutrition for the wild turkey. Many will die because accumulated thistles of the burdock will block digestion. Survival may depend on the Western skyline, which holds light and the hope of warm weather to come, exposing Mother Earth again.
Original acrylic, 15” x 23” © Tom Yacovella
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