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Crown shyness

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Artwork and handmade paper by Jonas Thaler, New Mexico

“The paper is from flax/abaca —made here in Beautiful Guadalupe County, New Mexico USA!”

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Big Doug Fir

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Marianne Nelson at Lost Creek, Gifford Pinchot NF, just outside the boundary of the Columbus Gorge Scenic Area in WA. Darryl Lloyd says this is probably the largest Doug Fir in the Columbia Gorge.

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Trees help us live

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Wood wide web

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Three leaves and one acorn

 

Jonas

Artwork and handmade paper by Jonas Thaler, New Mexico

“The paper is from worn T-shirts and blue jeans of my cowboy friends here in Beautiful Guadalupe County, New Mexico USA!”

 

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Just unforgettable

Joe

Photo by Sally Wightkin, August 3, 2017, in Sequoia National Park in California

This visit was one I dreamed of when I was very young.   There was always something mysterious about these trees.  They live for thousands of years which to my young mind was an eternity.
We visited the Sequoia National Park in August of 2017.  From the park entrance, there is a 20 or so mile ride up a serpentine road climbing over 12,000 feet in elevation.
As we began our hike, the first thing I noticed was a quiet reverence as you walk through the groves. The interior of this sequoia was gutted by a fire but the tree still grows and survives.  I think the picture sums up my feelings and awe as I stood in the heart of this magnificent tree.  Words do not come close.  Just unforgettable.
Joe Wightkin

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How Trees Talk To Each Other

 

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