Author Archives: Christina Hawkins
About Christina HawkinsChristina Hawkins is a native Idahoan raised in Oregon who has a love for the outdoors and for photographing moments that sometimes go unseen. Her other loves are music, theater, and her “two beautiful daughters who always keep me on track with life.” She figures this quote sums her up: “Life is like a camera. Focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives, and if things don’t work out, take another shot.”
The few residents of Atlanta, deep in the Sawtooth National Forest, are the kind of people who find harmony with nature—and in recent years, they have occasionally extended this connection to actually nurturing local wildlife.
A plague of wildfires in the region has induced animals to take up residence near the quiet little town. Last summer, among this group of displaced creatures was a pair of male foxes, most likely littermates. Desperate for food and shelter, one of the foxes kept to his natural instincts of hunting and scavenging for food, while the other took a different approach. Continue reading →