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Two Trees


Stop ahead?

I went to Temescal Gateway Park in Pacific Palisades for a cranio sacral and polarity bodywork alignment appointment. Its a very rustic park in that nature is unbridled and bending to the environment.  I grew up in San Diego, California where the environment was manipulated and sculptured to adhere to the rule of a few.  Balboa Park is beautiful through, or was beautiful when I lived there.  I am not sure if things are the same.

Still, rustic and natural foliage is beautiful too, even if there is  draught, flood or infestation—its all part of nature rebuilding and reclaiming.  I took some pictures of dirt roads and over grown trees in Temescal Gateway Park.  Then,  I saw this sign that struck me as an interesting ecological juxtaposition.  A tree that was cut down to make a sign, nestled and embraced by a living tree.



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