By  on August 20, 2014

NEW YORK — Two and half years ago, when Michael Aram was walking on the beach in Bridgehampton, N.Y., with his two children, he fixated on something most people would have hardly noticed.

“I saw this sleek, windswept black feather, about six inches long, that was so ravaged by the weather yet still so graceful, so beautiful, and powerful in its way,” Aram recalled. “It really touched me.”

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