Winter nostalgia

With light creeping into evenings and some discernible warmth in the sun, the rustle of Spring is eagerly anticipated. Still I’m savouring in sepia the armature of trees before these skeletal sculptures are obscured by suspensions of foliage, flower and fruit.

london plane tree winter branches - sepia

lime tree in winter, gordon square - sepia

silver-barked betula in tavistock square - sepia

winter pollarded lime trees in tavistock square- sepia

gandhi statue with winter cherry in tavistock square- sepia“I do not want to foresee the future.
I am concerned with taking care of the present.
God has given me no control over the moment following.”
Gandhi

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18 thoughts on “Winter nostalgia

  1. There is something so beautiful in the winter skeletons of trees. I love being able to see their bones and understand their forms. Lovely pictures Laura, bidding a nearly farewell to winter.

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