On my woodland walks I like to look up into the crowns of the trees.
Nevertheless, I try to remind myself on each walk, to look up at least once. And I'm rarely disappointed.
I've had to learn from experience that when I do look up, I need to lean against a nearby tree or I'll topple backwards !
It's wonderful to watch the changing colours of the seasons in the tree canopy. From the budding lime greens of Spring,
In Nova Scotia, Autumns are long and mild and colourful.
Sometimes when I look up I see something unexpected.
Of course, some trees are green all year round.
While others are stark and bare.
Next time you're in the woods don't forget to look up.
Maybe next time I'll show you what I see when I look down.
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