I am, and have been for a long time a “tree hugger.” Being a teenager in the 60s, I was a “flower child” of sorts. I loved living things and nature. I have always had a special bond with trees. Trees are a life form I love and respect. These sentinels of nature have “seen” … More I Love Trees
A picture is worth a thousand words. So I will let my photos of scenes of beauty speak for themselves. Enjoy.
Fallen tree still leafy. I am, and have been for a long time a “tree hugger.” Being a teenager in the 60s, I was a “flower child” of sorts. I loved living things and nature. I have always had a special bond with trees. Trees are a life form I love and respect. These … More People And Trees
One of my four favorite seasons each year is winter. (Yes, for various reasons, I love each one.) I’ve seen them all from South Carolina to western, mountainous and eastern North Carolina; some Southern states get hit with hurricanes more often than the rest of the South. But other parts of the South get hit … More Winter Beauty
Is it time to start pulling out your fall clothes? Since Fall began on September 22 here are some photos of the beauty of changing leaves that I have collected over the past few years to help you transition into Autumn. Halloween will follow next.
Although this is not a Sequoia it is a one hundred and nine year old tree at Williamsburg, VA. It’s huge outstretched arms seemed to make it appropriate for the picture. I wrote this poem several years ago and decided to share it. I just made some changes in this poem to help the flow of … More A Modern Psalm
I think most everyone who knows me knows that I am a Christian. I believe that the Creator, God, Spirit or however you know Spirit loves his creation, whatever method was used to create it. I believe our mission is to spread that love and try to help others as the Creator loves and helps … More A Modern Psalm By Melodie Elaine Estes
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