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Treasures of the Forest


on the forest floor ©2012 kim crayton


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Tree Hollow

Tree Hollow ©2012 kim crayton

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October 17, 2012 · 11:35 am

Light Work


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December 25, 2011 · 9:35 am

Magic of the Dark Time

This is my favorite time of year.  Even though there is less light, it is a very special light.  Winter trees are a favorite subject of mine, and I am so happy they are back!

Also, I am now on Instagram @ladyheron.  Follow my feed of bare winter trees!


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Farewell, Winter Trees.

winter trees in vermont

It’s kind of funny. 

This is my first blog post and instead of saying “Hello to you!” I am saying  goodbye, for now, to the winter trees.

Although I adore spring, summer and fall trees, winter trees always hold a special place in my heart.  When I returned back east this January to visit my mother, I visited Vermont, and also the Wellfleet Wildlife Sanctuary.  While driving down to these gorgeous places, I could not stop commenting on the trees, with their branches reaching into the crisp blue sky like arms, bent elbows, wrists, and thin fingers.

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I often forget the beauty of deciduous trees during New England winters. Western Washington is full of lush evergreens year round which often block the silhouettes of bare branches.

Farewell, winter trees.  See you again soon!

To the Forest!

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