This issue of The Granary Tree could be summarized by the back cover quote: "The whole of life lies in the verb seeing." -- Teilhard de Chardin.
I've seen a lot in the past three months ... from snow in Julian to the peaceful expanse of Lake Almanor. From black oak spring to scarlet snow plants. From a crab on the northern coast to a lost feather to a story about trying to give a pill to Major Bear. Also, two color master guest artists and two photographers who hiked into the Eastern Sierra in order to capture the supermoon eclipse of the Flower Moon.
|Photo: Vahé Peroomian|
|Art: Gerald Stone|
|Palomar Mountain granary tree|
|Artist: Carol McIntyre|
|Journey through Northern California, including FreakOut|
|Peaceful Lake Almanor|
|Spring black oak leaves|
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