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Native to California. Sequoia National Park is the home of this champion, 275 feet by 107 feet in diameter. Related to the coastal redwood of California and the Metasequoia (drawn-redwood) Orange Bard of these trees accents the orange theme of the garden area. Note the state champion paperback maple (acergriseum) nearby. Like this:Like Loading…

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 […]

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. […]

Banyan Tree ” The banyan accomplishes it’s major growth and animated forms through it’s amazing and unique root system. First, like most trees, banyans have roots that live underground. Yet unlike most trees banyans also have roots that begin their life above ground. The extensive rooting beneath the earth is spectacular yet a major and awesome part […]

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. Like this:Like Loading…

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