Posted by: Kate | April 27, 2012

Feature Photo: The Power of Nature

One of the many trees downed in this winter’s wind storms. This one is across the Quinsam River.

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  1. It’s always amazed me to see fallen trees after a storm. Trees, to me, are ‘beings’ like the rest of us, some living long lives, others not. So when I see a fallen tree or one that has been pruned, it saddens me. I understand, tho’, that it’s Mother Nature’s way.

    We’re having alot of flooding here in Kelowna after the last few days rain. Luckily, we live on a mountain, where, btw, there’s been reports of grizzly bears waking up from their long winter’s sleep. I’m going to stay in and knit :)

  2. There is always something so tragic about seeing these giants that have been witness to so much, brought down by the wind’s force. Ros

  3. I always think ‘the circle of life’ when I see big trees taken down by nature. And then I just appreciate her power.


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