Bow is fundamentally social. More than anything else, he likes people. Which is why in the two issues of the Missouri Conservationist that he looked at this week, his favorite image was of a large group of men all standing together as one.
"I am Conservation," the not-so-large title at the back of the magazine reads. Then, underneath the photo it says: "Members of the Frederick Douglass Wildlife and Conservation Club pose for a photo at the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area in St. Louis, the site of club fishing trips at least twice. a year." Many of the men have their fishing poles with them. Bow looked at this image first before any other. He silently surveyed the group for a good long moment, and he came back to this shot several times while leafing through the magazines.
Yes, there were other photos he looked at. But he paused only briefly to look at images of deer.
His main focus was humans.
And he especially enjoyed images of humans interacting with other humans.
The images of sportsmen buddies captivated Bow the most. He's a people person.