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A LONESOME TREE

Greek proverb:
Where old men plant trees and know they will not enjoy their fruit or sit in their shade, civilisation has taken root in that place.
Peter Lyssiotis

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LEFT ALONE

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AT SOME HEIGHT THERE IS A PASSING OF TIME

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SURROUNDED

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WHY THE DISMAY?

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 NOCK NOCK WHO’S THERE?

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STICKY BUSINESS

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SOLITUDE

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FRAMING BUSINESS

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JAMMED UP

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FORLORN

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AS TRUCKS GO BY

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METERED

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WHO AM I?

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BRAVE NEW WORLD

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A LEAN AND LONELY LOOK

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A TRUNK LEFT IN SAN FRANSISCO

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LONELINESS LASTS LONGER THAN BAD LUCK

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DIE YOUNG

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SHADOWY INTRUSIONS

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TREE BUSINESS

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THE LONELY HEART

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A MILKSHOP TREE

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SPINDERLING

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PUNISHMENT

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SAP WAVE

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 DREAM WORLD

Comments

Deb

Deb

I have a respect for solitary tress that I cannot articulate, however the photos speak for me.

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Marius

Marius

Treelicious…

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Max Thomas

Max Thomas

I liked at first that I could not see the forest for the trees. Imagination for a moment gave the pictures a life of their own. But then I could only see the meaning of the words.

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Peg

Peg

A fruitful photographic essay, precise, provocative and metaphysical.

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