TEXTURE VIA TREES AND WATER!

It’s all about texture, this week’s weekly photo challenge , that is. I discovered this prompt when following a blog by Veronica Roth  who has posted some colourful tree photos today.

Trees inspire me every day! Part of the daily landscape in my life since I was born, trees have shaded, protected, sometimes even scared me as they blow in the stormy weather or gently sway in the breeze of a summer’s day.

SILVER MAPLE IN AUTUMN
SILVER MAPLE IN AUTUMN

 

I can’t imagine a world without trees!

Similarly, it is difficult to grasp a land without water.

I realize that water and trees are both scarce commodities in parts of the world. Perhaps that is why I have always been so thankful to be living in an area that is dotted with lakes and rivers and creeks. Most of all, I am grateful to be in that mid-North American zone centred by the five Great Lakes.

The fresh-water lakes have been a resource for centuries with a huge impact financially, environmentally and recreationally.

The waters vary in their texture from smooth to wavy, even ice-covered for parts of the year.

These lakes wear away the rough edges of stones and metals and branches.

2014 LAKE HURON
2014 LAKE HURON

 

 

Trees and water give texture in themselves and, through their impact on their environs, both living beings and inanimate objects.

How great is that!

Have a wonderful weekend, All! 🙂

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Author: Patricia McGoldrick

Poet Writer Reviewer Environment, Nature, Agriculture, People, and History are favorite topics to write about. Upcycling materials into handmade books is a fun challenge!

4 thoughts on “TEXTURE VIA TREES AND WATER!”

  1. Both living beings indeed, Patricia…I’m grateful for the deeper look into the texture of trees and water…what they mean to you the invitation to ponder what they mean to us. Beautiful post!

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    1. Thanks to another fan of nature! Trees in all seasons are such a wonder. Same for Lake Huron and other watery spots. I took the photo of Lake Huron on April 20 2014. If you look closely, you can see a white line of ice and snow at the horizon. The next day, the wind and waves brought it back to shore to stay for a few more days until it was washed away again in this wintry spring! 🙂

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