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A Love of Wild Trees (5/10)

The oldest souls in the world… And this is the fifth in a series, from http://tim.girvin.com/Entries/index.php. Being a walker, and a runner, I like to study trees wherever I go. And I look for old trees. I look at them … Continue reading

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A Love of Wild Trees (4/10)

Drawing trees… And this is the fourth in a series, from http://tim.girvin.com/Entries/index.php. There is the gesture — the drawing in place — of how trees fill up the space, and the place, in which they live. In looking at the … Continue reading

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A Love of Wild Trees (3/10)

I’ve been a lover of trees, and a lover of being in trees. Up in trees. And this is the third in a series, from http://tim.girvin.com/Entries/index.php. I savor trees. And tree houses. Tree houses have been widely explored under my … Continue reading

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A Love of Wild Trees (2/10)

The story of the old, tall ones: Sequoia. And climbing them… Learning comes in differing ways. The conference for Technology, Entertainment & Design: TED, is one of them. I’m a member of the TED community. You go there, literally, to … Continue reading

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A Love of Wild Trees (1/10)

The tree prints | 1979. Girvins like trees. No, they love them. Every member of our family has some connection with trees. And I suppose that arboreal love could have some distant simian link, like the notion that if you … Continue reading

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