2 thoughts on “Sycamore”

  1. And of course, living on a street named after Sycamore, I hold a special place in my heart for these monuments of beauty. That line – “running through limestone and time” – that one will stick with me. I was on a nature walk with a friend of mine and I’m storing up an other post about trees that persuade their way through things that trees shouldn’t be able to. It’s amazing, really it is.

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    1. They really are a beautiful tree, aren’t they? When I was young, I was taught that they were recognizable because their bark looks “sick.” I’m not sure I ever bought into that idea.

      On my list of things I organized better: My pictures of tree roots that have moved rock. I love to see it!

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