The Log of the Sun

by William Beebe

In the fifty-two short essays of this volume I have presented familiar objects from unusual points of view. Birdís-eye glances and insectís-eye glances, at the nature of our woods and fields, will reveal beauties which are wholly invisible from the usual human view-point, five feet or more above the ground.Who follows the lines must expect to find moods as varying as the seasons; to face storm and night and cold, and all other delights of what wildness still remains to us upon the earth.

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