You just never know what you'll find. When you have a conversation with nature, it's not what you have to say, but how still you are willing to be so that Nature has a chance to speak.
|Live lichen on a dead branch|
|A city bird resting between feasts of juniper berries|
|Massive trunk of juniper cut short repeatedly by the elements|
|Biography and history plaited in this magnificent trunk|
And of the Things I get to do today, feeling the stories of these trees is undoubtedly the most significant. I do not hear answers to the questions, but I honor their statures, their shapes and twists, aware that from great pain can come speechless beauty.