Appreciating Deeply, Photos of Flora Salt Spring Vistas – Part 3 30 August 2019 30 August 2019 Trees Trees. Leaves. Forests that you can just barely see for the trees, and car hoods that look like forests. Yes, there’s something for most folks on Salt Spring. If it’s gonna peel so thoroughly, why does it have that other bark to start with? Among other things, a reminder that there are many kinds of red. A forest you can almost dive into. SNC-Lavalin: The Gift that Keeps on Giving Toiletry Faces 8 Comments Ralph 01 September 2019 at 12:21 pm 2 months ago Arbutus is not the only tree with this approach to growth in diameter. That being said, I do not know if it holds advantages in dome circumstances over the more prevalent cracked bark approach. Attractive photos of an attractive place. Isabel Gibson 01 September 2019 at 12:22 pm 2 months ago Ralph – They should consider switching to skin, which seems to stretch easily with my growth in diameter. Judith Umbach 01 September 2019 at 12:43 pm 2 months ago You have an excellent “eye”. You see what many of us do not. Thank you. Isabel Gibson 01 September 2019 at 4:15 pm 2 months ago Judith – Thank *you.* Laurna Tallman 01 September 2019 at 1:21 pm 2 months ago The visuals are amazing but that last photo is head-spinning and goes straight to the ears. Isabel Gibson 01 September 2019 at 4:12 pm 2 months ago Laurna – Weird, eh? I love playing with reflections in cars, but do have to be careful about taking photos of cars that don’t belong to me. Jim Taylor 01 September 2019 at 3:19 pm 2 months ago Thank you for the arbutus trees. I find them fascinating. Jim T Isabel Gibson 01 September 2019 at 4:10 pm 2 months ago Jim T – That’s your birthday gift, Jim. You had mentioned missing the arbutus trees from a previous collection. Comments are closed.