2 December 2011

It's not hard to imagine.

Ellen  asked about the timing of the pictures I took of 'The Tree'. I tried to take them at roughly the same time which was during our evening dog walk which usually takes place straight after work which in summer is 5:30 autumn 5:00 and then 4:00 in winter so it's about half an hour later by the time we reach the tree depending on how many time we lose the ball in the long grass.


Sara  thought what I said about the tree was profound thinking, she may well be right  but to be honest I sometimes feel so much like 'The Tree' that it doesn't actually take much thought to imagine what it's life must be like. I stand alone in a field of humans. I watch them born, I watch them grow and I watch them die.

6 comments:

Sara said...

I think being like a tree is a good way to be.

Beth said...

"I stand alone in a field of humans. I watch them born, I watch them grow and I watch them die."

I like this quote very much!!

Louellen Lawson said...

Nice post.

sagechronicles said...

We'll miss the tree, but am anxiously awaiting next year's project!

Elaine said...

I love the Christmasy look on your blog. It's very attractive.
I hope your Christmas season is as plesant as your page.
Elaine in Canada

Elaine said...

Sorry that should have been pleasant, I missed the a.
Elaine