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Three of Summer

The heartbroken tree, Blatherarm camping area, Torrington State Conservation Area, NSW. This tree wears her heart on her face, showing you plainly that it’s broken. Scarred. Torn and burned. Stabbed, by the new growth that’s trying to succeed despite the damage to the tree. Much of this new growth will die off. Some may survive, but that takes a rare shoot. Nature is a harsh mother, and this tree is like a saddened child. A child told to shut up and get on with it. You have new shoots. Use them!…

Three of Autumn

An unfurling frond of my treefern. The fern is producing a new frond. It’s tighly wound, ready for each of the fronds to unfurl itself, and show itself off to the world. The fern has made this frond from nothing more than itself. Each frond is a work of art. Each work of art is to attract more life to the fern. More sunlight, more rain – more life. We all have the power of creation within us. What we create can be as diverse as the ferns in the forest. And some of them may not even look like ferns.…