Yesterday, the County was afraid this tree would topple over, onto the road. Today, it’s a few logs and a pile of mulch.
The woods are mostly silent in winter at the Frink Conservation area -one of Quinte Conservation’s many protected wilderness areas.
#SilentSunday – with no leaves in winter, you can see all the hanging dead branches on the fence line trees.
Six on Saturday – images of tree trunks, bark and branches that I find interesting in the winter garden.
We had a few inches of heavy snow Thursday night – with temperatures above zero in the foreseeable future it’ll likely be gone within a few days but this morning it’s still there. You can see lots of small footprints in the snow – many more than in previous weeks, so I’m thinking a lot […]
One of my favourite trees is the Paper Birch (Betula papyrifera). Although some people give it a pass, saying it’s ‘messy’ or ‘short lived’ or ‘disease prone’ I say “Who Cares?” Just look at the gorgeous white bark, and marvel at how layers will peels off, only to reveal a new surface even more brilliant […]