Uplifted by Monochrome Madness

Thank you all for visiting and/or commenting on my last post.  It must have been as difficult to read as it was to write, but it was healing, though sad, to post my thoughts about this great loss.

And these are some selections, monochrome and two others from a lovely drive up island. We stopped and walked through Cathedral Grove which is home to  giant Douglas fir trees, some over 800 years old. You feel very small and insignificant in the presence of these magnificent guardians, and totally in awe and wonder. We also were treated to an unexpected concert in the forest. I thought it was fairy music wafting on the breeze but it turned out to be human voices almost as lovely!  They are singing in front of the oldest tree of the forest.

I have submitted the fairy’s toll booth ( where you must answer a riddle to enter the enchanted wood)  to Leanne Cole and Laura Macky’s Monochrome Madness. Please visit them for all the great submissions.

I will add more from our drive up island in another post.



above the trees

above the trees