Wednesday, March 20, 2013

The Sentinel

I haven't been posting for a while.  I have taken time off to process and think about where I am and where I am going.  Life is a constant "work in progress",  I think it is good to stop, in this busy life, and just reflect.  If you don't look at where you have been or where you are going you end up lost.

I have always liked trees and thought a good start up project would be to study different types of trees and their form.  Cottonwoods are ubiquitous out west and it is not uncommon to see one or more in a group, usually marking water or a fence row.


  1. That's beautiful, Susan. I am particularly fond of the way cottonwoods look, especially from a distance. This is very soothing.

  2. Thanks K, there is such variety in individual cottonwoods, I guess mostly because they break so easily. The one's near water seem to spread more than those out away from the water. You're right there is something soothing about trees.