Sunday Trees – 01

 

rgb – Sedona, AZ

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I love-love-love taking photographs!!! 

When traveling, my camera is an extension of my hands, eyes and other senses.  My nieces, godchildren, family and “fur-family” consider my visits “incomplete” without several photographs-in-action or opportunities-for-posing!!!

During my recent Autumn trips to the Northeast USA and Sedona, AZ, I captured hundreds of photographs, including many aspects of trees.  With this in mind, I am intrigued with Sunday Trees.   Liz of Ravenpress introduced me to the concept of “Sunday Trees” through Isabel Doyle of Written in Exile

I am adding this element of posting to my Sunday listings.  I may add poetry with it, or it may result in a stand-alone photograph.  Either way … Enjoy!!

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© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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13 Responses to Sunday Trees – 01

  1. siggiofmaine says:

    Love the photo…hope to see many more…
    Peace
    Siggi in Downeast Maine

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  3. A beautiful Picture, I hope you have had a wonderful time on your travels Becca — I love to go out into Nature and find a tree and sit with my back rested against it.. Or I hug a tree.. the exchange of energies has to be felt to be understood.. But Im sure you know all about that.. Hugs to you my friend and wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving.. Love and Light ~Sue ~Dreamwalker xx

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  4. Pat Cegan says:

    I, too, am a tree lover and have a wonderful meditation area in the floresta where stands the “Mother of the Floresta,” a huge, huge tree estimated to be several hundreds of years old. Ancient knowledge says that trees are living libraries and that we can access their wisdom under certain conditions. I love taking pictures of trees, drawing trees, sitting beneath their sacred boughs, talking to them, and of course, listening to their wisdom. Wonderful post, BB, thanks! hugs, pat

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  5. Old Raven says:

    This is simply stunning! I actually want to get very small and shimmy up the vine attached to your tree. Aren’t these Sunday trees awesome. I am not out as much as I might wish so that I am not touching trees as often as I used to do. Somehow these Sunday Trees help with that.

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    • becca givens says:

      Liz – I love the ability to use some of the wonderful tree photos I have. Thank you for sharing it with me!!! 🙂 I have many more photos of this tree from different angles! I will use them on future Sundays.

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  6. I like the way this tree is oddly twisted. It has a great deal of interest in it form. The idea of posting on Sundays a pix is terrific. You should join in with the weekly photo challenge at wordpress.com /post a week. We are all amateurs trying to show how much we see in life.
    Very nice,
    Izzy

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    • becca givens says:

      Izzy – this tree is twisted because of the energy vortex … I’m told the close to the edge of the vortex the more unusal the shape and/or twists. I have several photos of this particular tree I will use on future Sundays. I am not familiar with the weekly photo challenge. Thank you for letting me know. I appreciate your visits and supportive feedback. 😀

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  7. souldipper says:

    One of my favorite aspects of nature. I’m told that the energy forces being fed to us right now are also being stored in greenery – especially trees. Love the photo, Becca. And thanks for the link to another lover of trees.

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    • becca givens says:

      Thank you, Amy – this was one of my favorite trees – I have many shots and angles of it. I will use them for future Sunday posts. I appreciate you sharing the info of energy and love for nature and trees. 😉

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  8. Yousei Hime says:

    Thank you for your visit and for following. So … what are Sunday Trees? I love that photo–bark stripped and curving branches. It’s like a sexy woman wearing a sleeveless dress (not me, of course). Do share what they are. I’m interested to see where this takes you. I might like to try something similar, of course, not trees.

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    • becca givens says:

      Most of the trees around this section of land are junipers and cedar. I was most amazed at the ancient feel of the trees – yet still producing tender leaves.

      Sunday Trees is named by Isabel Doyle for her weekly Sunday feature of posting a photo of trees. I love trees as well, and have many photos. I thought it would be a fun way to utilize and share them. Thank you for visiting.

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