Seeing Trees: Discover the Extraordinary Secrets of Everyday Trees
We see trees everywhere. We enjoy their shade, their form, their foliage and, sometimes, their flowers. But have you ever taken a few moments to really "see" the tree - to inspect the bark and the nuances that set it apart from other species, smelled the almost invisible flowers of a Russian Olive, or investigated the whorls and layers of a pinecone?
A new book, Seeing Trees by Nancy Ross Hugo and Robert Llewellyn, profiles the very intricacies of a tree with stunning photography teaching us an entirely new perspective.
Timber Press is giving away:
- A signed, 16"×20" print of a Robert Llewellyn photograph from Seeing Trees, custom matted and framed (see image below)
- A signed copy of Seeing Trees
Watch for my review of Seeing Trees coming soon here at The Gardening Life.
*October 10/11 - Note, due to unforseeable delays in shipping, I have just received a copy of Seeing Trees. Watch for the review here soon.