When I Was 69

When I Was 69
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Monday, August 12, 2019

Tiny but beautiful



It's strange to me that the leaves of these manicured trees are also so tiny, rather than the size one would find on a tree that's allowed to reach natural size.





A bit of cone flower and grass allowed to look natural, as opposed to all the very intricately sculpted bonsais all around.
The dry stream (they say) is built to reflect the Appalachian streambeds, where only when it rains would water flow. Unfortunately they are forgetting that most of our streams flow from springs up on the mountains, almost continually. It's mainly out west that streams depend upon rain before having water in them (at least in my experience.)

A rather large setting of bonsai plants.

Today's Quote:
DO NOT BE DISMAYED BY THE BROKENNESS OF THE WORLD. ALL THINGS BREAK. AND ALL THINGS CAN BE MENDED. NOT WITH TIME, AS THEY SAY, BUT WITH INTENTION. SO GO. LOVE INTENTIONALLY, EXTRAVAGANTLY, UNCONDITIONALLY. THE BROKEN WORLD WAITS IN DARKNESS FOR THE LIGHT THAT IS YOU.
L.R. KNOST

2 comments:

  1. Hello, pretty bonsai plant. I like the coneflowers too. I hope our country can be mended, it is broken now. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead.

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