Thursday, April 23, 2009

What Trees Can Tell Us

Happy Day After Earth Day. I am celebrating the week by reading Barbara Kingsolver's book Animal, Vegetable, Miracle and feeling really motivated to do even better this year.

But I am celebrating today by sharing some wonderful work by three very sweet friends. Their love of nature is expressed so clearly and so beautifully and move me so deeply, always touched by their delicate handling and understanding of their subjects...here, trees...




13 comments:

Chessa! said...

:)
love all of these images that you posted...so happy to be in your and their company!

hmstrjam said...

beautiful!

The Clever Pup said...

My cherry tree is telling me Spring is late this year.

Georgia B. said...

each series is beautiful!

i just shot some magnolias yesterday! i was so excited to find a tree at a church that i drove by. (stopping to take pictures of magnolia trees in someones lawn isn't such a great idea!)
:)

but i felt free to do so at a church. it was a Wednesday. no one was there. why not! :)

onesilentwinter said...

thank you deb! gorgeous spring! how is the book?

High Desert Diva said...

Kingsolver is my favorite contemporary author. I think she's brilliant. Have you read Prodigal Summer? My fave....

erin said...

i'm reading that book this week too! so inspiring!

Julia said...

You are such a loved person :)

cindy* said...

that book is somewhere on my reading list too...note somewhere...

these are all gorgeous picks...perfect for a post-earth-day-post.

heidi said...

wow!!! thanks for assaulting my eyes with such beauty today! xxooh

lotta said...

lovely, lovely, lovely. Another reminder that the world we live in is a gorgeous place, inhabited by a multitude of talented people.

Mrs.French said...

so, so honored my dear...xo t

Gaia said...

I like your blog ....I'd like you to come to visit my blog and say what you think about it ...especially for some pictures I took and posted...

http://alices-adventuresinwonderland.blogspot.com/search/label/works

Thanks Gaia

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