Sunday, September 8, 2013

Two Trees

It is rare to see an open space in a forest; this makes two trees a main attraction to me.

They escape the thick crowd of canopies wanting fresh carbon dioxide.

They love standing by the "window" watching hikers panting like a dog, the dog barking at the monkeys that act like hikers.

They love watching the Moon chasing the Sun while being surrounded by the Stars.   


The trees know they have not seen everything, though everything seems to be the same everyday.

Rainfield may appear in a same uniform every week, the handphone played rock and roll this morning.

23 comments:

Icy BC said...

They look young so they have time to see many things and people coming through!

Angie said...

haha.. I like your 'watching hikers panting like a dog, the dog barking at the monkeys that act like hikers'. Let me guess who one of the hikers are hehehe..

acreativeharbor.com said...

Very creative post ~ love how you make nature come alive ~ carol, xo

Steve E said...

You words act as a transporter. I am there, about to die--PANTING is hardly the word for my locomotive-like puffs of steamy air.

The photo, words, and fantasy alone have me breathing heavily...sitting in front of a monitor.

Thanks R61

TexWisGirl said...

they are great observers of you. :)

eileeninmd said...

You are the storyteller! The trees are watching you and all the other hikers. Have a happy day!

Diane AZ said...

Lucky trees to have sunshine by day, room to grow and a great view of the night sky. :)

Debbie said...

they are always waiting and watching, listening for the sounds of your rock and roll ;)

Brita said...

I agree with you, unusual in that it is possible to count the trees in your pictures. Usually, they are tight, tight. Nice for your trees that they may air their branches / Brita

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfield, I love your line "They love watching the Moon chasing the Sun while being surrounded by the Stars"

Nancy Claeys said...

It's always interesting to me that when you open up the sky above small trees, they come to life almost before your eyes. xo

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Perhaps they are listening to you as well as watching. They'll be there for a long time I think...

bailey-road.com said...

I love the way you have brought these two trees to life with your creative words.

George said...

I'm sure these trees look forward to seeing you each day. I think they are cheering you up the hill. I wonder if they can hear your music?

Ratty said...

These two trees must be best friends watching the world together.

Deb Crecelius said...

They are the sentries, the greeters
along your path.
Lucky you, they let you pass.

betchai said...

they are witness to what has been going on, standing there, ready to report what we did :)

de engineur said...

I think they trees played rock and roll with you, too. They must've felt honoured for being featured here.

go hikers!

EG CameraGirl said...

Yep, the trees probably do watch us. I suspect you are telling the truth. ;)

Sweet Memoirs said...

panting like a dog? haha! it's ok, just keep on hiking. it's good for the soul and the heart. :)

Laura. M said...

A clearing in the forest lets us see the sky.
Fixed the fault, back to blogging :))
These landscapes are similar to those of aquí.Parece I'm going up the mountain.
A hug

RNSANE said...

Ah, rock and roll...nice company on a walk in the jungle.

RNSANE said...

Ah, I wonder what tunes of yours resound throughout the jungle?? The Beatles, Elvis, Etta James?