6.22.2012

she read, she saw...

This is the Friday space where I usually have my she read, she saw post.  I know many of you enjoy it as I get so much feedback from it every week.  We, the daughter and I, aren't sure how to re-work it now that she no longer lives out of state.  We are tossing around a few ideas and promise to be quick about it.

Until then, I thought you might enjoy this photo of Andrew Henry next to a giant Redwood tree.  We were driving that moving truck from Grants Pass, Oregon over to the Pacific Coastline last week and all of a sudden, we were surrounded by massive Redwoods.

It was beautiful.
We stopped the truck.
We touched the trees.
We were awed.

"Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize we cannot eat money."  ~Cree Indian Proverb

14 comments:

Maria said...

Oh My Gosh! WOW!
I have a picture like this of Troy - only he was inside an opening of the tree - it was from our honeymoon in '96 - and it was outside San Fran - but the reaction I had to this picture was exactly the same - WOW!

Stitchfork said...

wow! I have yet to see a redwood -- must do this!
Have a fun weekend!
xo Cathy

Carol Schiff Studio said...

These trees are so very awesome.

Congratulations on your daughters graduation. Where on earth did she graduate from???

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

WOW. That is a HUGE LESSON IN LIFE....we need to preserve our world because from mother earth do we eat....oh dear, what a great word for the day.

THANK YOU FOR COMING TO see the colors of nature that came my way via Pinterest!!!! Love that pink parrot, don't you?

Anita

Andrew H. said...

These trees were absolutely amazing. It's hard to believe how big they are.

Have a great weekend all.

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

I would love to see that for myself one of these days. Your picture is great but I imagine nothing can capture the beauty and size of the real thing! Happy weekend, guys!

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Vintage Home said...

Great picture of the tree & your hubs! Fascinating! So happy your girl is home iwth you & wow what a shing dig you put on last year!...So fun!
You are so sweet to pop over & visit...how is the hairdressing going!

Punctuation Mark said...

Even if you live in the same state you live different lives... Have a nice one!

Krystal said...

thank you for your congratulations!!!

lisaroyhandbags said...

Incredible! Last year's party looks pretty swanky - I'd be relieved not to put on another this year ;)
Hey, how did the stain removing go?

Stacey said...

Wow! The beauty of nature! Congrats on your daughter being back in town:-). I know you must be one happy mama! xx

Merisi said...

Those gorgeous, gorgeous trees, and what a great shot!

Believe it or not, I recently discovered several large Redwood trees right here in Vienna.

Cheers,
Merisi

OneCraftyFox said...

Hey girl, glad you are enjoying your blog break. Big beach day for me tomorrow... I am set with new pedi and new bikini ;) Cannot see link in your recent post, nor can I post a comment on that thread.

Happy Weekend!
Diana

MaiPie said...

How magnificent it is to see such ancient things. Sure does gives one some perspective.