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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Tree bones

I meet the coolest people while hiking. One such person I recently met referred to the bare growth as "Tree Bones". That description stuck with me. This photo, taken in 2004 on yet another Loudoun dirt road, is full of tree bones. I find the bones appealing because they tell their own stories; size, species, location, scars, lines and age. The story may not always be fluffy and cute, in this case, kind of creepy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi, I found your blog at I love black & white and this is quite beautiful. I really like the "Tree Bones" story!