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Happy Earth Day A view from the edge… The Cedars are Dying Off like lots of things on this God forsaken planet, I hope people will see these images, like this and wake up before it’s too late. I can only hope and pray. I dug this one out of the archives and ran through […]

It was a beautiful foggy morning and I felt the need to back to Timbuktu Coniferous forest, it’s the only one I know of in New Jersey. I love the trees there, very peaceful and quite. I found it quite easy to get lost in because it all looks the same.

I love the way they trim the trees in Paris France. They truly love the trees and it shows, and I also think they are better connected to nature than we in America. The photo is also submitted in Photo Friday Challenge.  

I discovered the beauty and diversity of Folly Beach , SC – fondly referred to by locals as the “Edge of America”. From painted sunrises and sunsets, to rich history, good food and expansive beaches, but I was not alone. In a sand storm the beach is still beautiful and I keep dreaming of going back.

Click on Image for larger view. Three Kings Christmas Tree Line Multi-Colored Light Show

Reconnecting with Nature is the title of a great book by Michael Cohen which I have read and continue to re-read. It’s about finding wellness though restoring your bond with the earth. “As we begin to learn about reconnecting with nature, we begin to discover why the world works beautifully, yet often does not feel […]

Today post is about finding balance and using my images to express my thoughts and feelings. The post was inspired by some friends. Is life like this object? Nature all ways balances. From yesterday photographs at Rancocas State Forrest, NJ I recommend re-connecting with nature.

This slideshow of photographs were taken today, around Rancocas Woods State Park, NJ. It’s been a long day.

The daffodils are poking up out of the soil to see the sun which is kind of magical. Looks like the weather is getting better. Blue sky’s are all ways nice.

Franklin Square, one of the five public squares that William Penn laid out in his original plan for the city, has undergone a dramatic renovation. Click on image for Larger view.

I’m a big fan of the photographer James Balog, I found his book through the American Forest Organization. The book “Tree” a new vision of the American Forest is a very beautiful and interesting book. I relate to his mission which is to change the way we relate to nature though the use of his […]

New Stuff, some motion blur of trees

I was looking for a conifer forest, but had to settle for this shot.

Photograph of snow covered trees in Medford, NJ A view of  my back yard last week, enjoy the peace and quite. Love the blues skies and snow in the trees.

As I continue to try and find the perfect snow picture, here’s one I like.

I love tree photos and tree art. Ali Bora’s work is outstanding, thought provoking and down right interesting. I wonder if they have forgotten the children? because none of the photos have children in them. Inquiring minds want to know. Here’s a link to more work. This is just a sample of Ali Bora’s work. […]

*Let your thoughts pass though you like the wind through the branches of a tree. * I love the snow-covered branches of these trees in my back yard, I’m very lucky to have such beautify to looks at and enjoy with my family. Louis Dallara