A few trees at Virginia Water near Ascot, England.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart: and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.

Proverbs 3 : 5-6
A shared space for two amongst the brown of winter leaves.
Still together with space in the sky as high as they can go.
Stems/slim trunks close and twisted
…as seen close up
Looking through you can see a full tree held between the divided trunk of another.
The worm like seed cones of this tree.
This was a tree my children measured in arm hugs. Now it has gone for ever.
The surface of that loved old tree. Considering that this was at the entrance to the Punch Bowl, the “Queen’s gardeners” will have had a good reason. But
look at the tree diagonally opposite.
Children leaving with a memory of sitting on these trunks. My children sat here too! Once upon a time there was a tree that fell over and thought it would never be great, tall and loved but look who is left to have more and more and more love ❤
Rain coming down but a gift from Canada, a Totem pole pierces the sky. Eyes and mouths to bring a smile whatever the weather.

‘If you concentrate

on finding

whatever is good

in every situation,

you will discover

that your life will

suddenly be filled

with gratitude,

a feeling that

nurtures the soul. ‘

Rabbi Harold Kushner

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