Tag Archives: Trees
The canopy is lovely with the sun filtering through. I think I’m obsessed with Maple Trees.
Willow Salix matsudana ‘Golden corkscrew’ Deciduous Tree. Golden foliage on twisted golden branches. Fast growing to 25’ tall, 25’ wide. Heat and drought tolerant. Likes full sun. Maintain moist but not soggy soil. Planted in 2016 for my birthday. … Continue reading
Peace is here amongst the trees, oxygen provides your needs. Breathe in, breathe out, stand still, don’t shout Beauty’s touch is all you feel, where healing miracles are real. ©2014 Sharron R. McMillan
Beauty, motion, light, ever-changing scenes of light and darkness. Naked trees, leaves covering roots, golden bronze drifting down, patchwork quilts of cedar, hemlock, fir. Ever changing scenes of life and death. ©Sharron R. McMillan
North Peak South Peak
Eerie, invasive, sneaks through cracks we didn’t know were there, grabs anything in it’s path flinging disdainfully aside that which it does not carry away, sucks ones breath, attempts to draw the soul out of the body as other lost … Continue reading
What was Paradise? but a garden, an orchard of trees and herbs, full of pleasure, and nothing there but delights. ~ William Lawson
The catkins are out on the hazel nut trees. Spring won’t be long now. I hope.
I hear logging trucks loading logs next door. Quite a stack of cedar they’ll get a good price for. But money will never compensate for the oxygen, soil stability, shade, beauty, habitat those trees provided. Wrong thinking there to exchange … Continue reading
We walked our trails today, the shorter, lower trails, closer to where the neighbours are logging. We had to calm our trees, reassure them that no one will be coming close to them with their murderous weapons. We stood, quaking … Continue reading
Nylon hammock on the trail by the maple trees. Could have gone to sleep there, so quiet and calm.
Some people think trees are their personal piggy bank they can rob whenever they please. ©Sharron R. McMillan