The trees featured in this collection are striking in their resemblance to humans—they grow, stretch, ache, bend, and break; provide protection and comfort; and express tenderness and love—offering readers a new perspective of and appreciation for the natural environment. The photographs reveal and identify not only recognizable emotions in the branches and trunks but also the extent of what trees do for humanity, such as clean the air and shade homes and gardens. The images also speak to the spiritual grandeur of trees, encouraging a greater consciousness of the fundaments of nature and of humankind's relationship to something greater than themselves.
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July 12, 2011 332 0Add
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July 01, 2011
HumaniTrees: Exploring Human Nature Through the Spirit of Trees 2011-07-12 00:55:44 Miriam Knight
With a photographer’s eye and a poet’s sensitivity Joan Klostermann-Ketels creates a magical world where trees are philosophers. In this beautiful little volume from Findhorn Press, she puts a thoughtful collection of quotations into the “mouths” of some very unusual tree characters, bringing them to life in a touching and amusing way.
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