I am not even going to try and sell this post to you. It’s the worst some will say. Might be true actually. Best case scenario: It might have a relaxing effect on you. Let’s see.

I was feeling adventurous and went to the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University a few weeks ago (before the big snow) to explore and…well…ended up looking at trees. A lot of them. In winter. I realize now that it might not have been the best idea I’ve ever had, I’ll admit that. But aren’t trees just fascinating? They’re old and big and majestic, each of them is different. Their little and big branches like art installations. They haven’t moved in years. Interesting, isn’t it?

Hope you’ll enjoy this virtual winter walk around the place! Maybe this post inspires you to go out and take a walk, also fine with me. 

The Conifer Path (aka the only trees that look good in wintertime) 

The occasional pop of color 

The sad tree photo collection (because no leaves)

1 Comment

  1. peter zottl February 24, 2017 at 3:58 am

    Your fotos are as good as your texts ! I mean it & mind you, your texts ARE always a great read !..just give us more!
    Like the trees and sights of Arnold Arboretum Park…same as your NY foto blog with high risers and bridges was cool, too!..btw, seems that blog is no longer “on”? Come to think of it: your “people” and “nature” blogs are my favorites..just gimme more :-), Peter IV

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