The article “Rhetoric and Materiality in the Museum Park at the North Caroline Museum of Art” by Kenneth S. Zagacki & Victoria J. Galagher tackles the issue of the development of natural space by describing a 164-acre museum which is actually outside. This museum located in Raleigh, North Carolina presents the combination of urban/suburban and rural environments through displaying various types of sculptures and pieces of art throughout the landscape. Visitors can feel how “the Museum Park points to how natural and urban/suburban spaces in Raleigh and elsewhere might co-exist” which is a important thing into today’s rapidly growing society. I decided to take a picture of my favorite place relax, which is located about 3/4 a mile in the woods behind my house. The reason this is my favorite spot to relax is 1) because its so beautfull and 2) because it is located between my Mother and Father’s hunting stands. The article reminded of this spot because it is somewhat similar because it is the combination of both complete wilderness and a touch of humanity.
This location isn’t mowed or anything, it simply has stayed like this for as long as I can remember it.