Sunday Trees – 40

Cypress Trees
South Louisiana



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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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7 Responses to Sunday Trees – 40

  1. Hello friend
    a greeting from us.


  2. phylor says:

    That photograph reminds me so much of L’Acadie — the Acadian settlement near Wolfville, Nova Scotia. At the historical site, there is a line of weeping willows that are old and twisted and the ground-meeting branches touch the green earth in front of a wooden rail fence with the green of grass in front and the green of traditional crops and marsh grass behind. The willows are much lower, the branches more twisted (some say the trees predate the explusion of 1757 by at least 100 years).
    The picture transported me — we used to rent a tiny house in an apple orchard about a mile down the train tracks, longer if you walked along the trails on top of the dykes to the site. There is a replica of the church that was burnt by the British, a statue of the mythological Evangeline, and a bust of Woodsworth who created her. The bust looks just like my dad did!
    Sorry to go on so, but the picture is so evocative and of course, many of the Acadians walked to Louisana and became the area’s Cajuns.


  3. granbee says:

    These magnificent cypress trees, draped in Spanish moss, are the ultimate summer idyll-ing spot of my dreams, becca!


  4. Mama Zen says:

    The cypress trees just amazed me when I drove through Louisiana. Beautiful!


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