creative thinking ~ greener living
SO green and lovely!
The larch is such a delicate, graceful tree. How interesting to watch the cones develop over time.
I momentarily "flashed on" John Cleese intoning "The larch" over slides of front and side shots of a larch tree. Funny how things stick with you. I adore all the lush green of Scotland while our trees are just barely leafing out.
In Japanese there's this term "shinrin-yoku" (literally: forest bathing), meaning visiting a forest for relaxation and recreation while breathing in phytoncides (wood essential oils). Your photos often make me feel like I'm forest bathing.
Wow, everything is such a pretty green! Lovely photos.. Have a happy weekend!
I LOVE that spring green color! :)
Beautiful fresh and green, spring!
I have not (to my knowledge) encountered Crosswort before ... a dainty little plant! I must look up 'wort' - which, of course, is also in Stitchwort and Toothwort, two plants I know well. Lovely green growth on your larch.
Hi Caroline - I think 'wort' connotes a plant has nedicinal or other uses.
So pretty,I love this time of year,though it doesn't love me...tree pollen kills me!xx Rachel
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