Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Looks like home to me!

This drive traverses part of the Willistown Conservation Trust.


  1. do you work in nature as a career? i've been meaning to ask. or, do you just live in a nice rural area? or both? your pictures, as always, are fantastic.

  2. Howdy April,

    The answer is both. When living in Washington, I had a home in the forest, and when moving to Pennsylvania, I looked for the closest thing I could find around Philadelphia that met our budget: a little cottage on the remains of a 200+ -year-old farm. It's really beautiful here, and a whole new world in terms of flora for me to explore!

    While in school, I studied forest ecology along with several other subjects, and since graduating have focused some of my work in assisting my ecology professor in preparing her manuscript. This has given me an opportunity to combine my love for science and ecology with my deeper calling: writing and art. I offer consulting services in writing, editing, and research, and I hope that in the future I will continue to find opportunities to combine my skills with ecological projects.

    Thank you so much for the compliments! I really enjoy tree blogging - it's a great way for me to continue learning about trees, to create something artistic each day, and hopefully to share a little peace and good thoughts with others. :)


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