MILES 1000-1100: Blueberry Expanses

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MILES 1000-1100: Blueberry Expanses

80.00

-signed & numbered limited edition letterpress print from The Printed Walk series

-14" x 18"

-navy, light teal, mustard & red ink on white, speckled, 100% recycled paper

-ships with chipboard backing in a clear sleeve

-printed with carved plywood blocks & metal type in the USA

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story printed on reverse:

Snacking on blueberry expanses upon sunlit hilltops

On a summit of a mountain in northern Virginia, I encountered ripe wild blueberries for the first time on the journey. They were delicious, perhaps because they were a reward for working my way up a long hill. The number of green berries yet to ripen indicated that there would be blue snacks available for a long stretch of the trail ahead. They grew wherever sunlight penetrated the canopy above, often near the top of the hills throughout Maryland and southern Pennsylvania. Every time I found myself at the bottom of a hill, I knew there was a good chance a blueberry reward was waiting for me at the top.

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