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Trees… The artistry of a master (Trees 1)


Tree sculpture ©copyright2013owpp

Tree sculpture
©copyright2013owpp

The next few posts will be dedicated to trees of all shape, in all places, tree-trunks, their purpose and our benefits by having them around us.
I have always been fascinated by the strength and energy that emanates from them and found my photo collection growing…
While selecting them for this project which I like to think of as a tribute to the trees around us, I realized Venice had hardly any trees (but many plants) something I hadn’t noticed on our short stay there.

Tree sculpture
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A bulge, A rimple
The streaks of sap
The neat folds of a
Bird’s hiding place
Each one carved with
The accuracy and skill
Of a surgeon’s scalpel
With the artistry of…

A master.

Intricate art ©copyright2013owpp

Intricate art
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Symmetrical bulges ;) ©copyright2013owpp

Symmetrical bulges 😉
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Patterns ©copyright2013owpp

Patterns
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Hiding nest ©copyright2013owpp

Hiding nest
©copyright2013owpp

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About oawritingspoemspaintings

A lover of poetry, abstract and realistic painting, music, good writing, languages, Italy, photography, holistic therapies, natural lifestyle and fully living the moment.

8 responses »

  1. Reblogged this on bearspawprint and commented:
    Trees and those who love trees have a special place in my heart. Thank you for this Tree project.

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  2. I clicked reblog and “follow” before I read your “about”. I then immediately removed the reblog. The link to your blog will still be in the reader archives I have no way to purge that, but if they attempt to find it at my blog, readers will find an error page. Please moderate these comments so that they do not appear. I am very sorry.—Bear

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    • Thanks for letting me know and respecting the copyright, I truly appreciate your honesty. I am happy you have found my blog liked and enjoyed my posts, it means a lot! The support of other bloggers is what gives sense to it all 🙂

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  3. Beautiful! Here’s to always honoring our most magnificent and ever-worthy tree brethren….

    Reply

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