For many, the tree is a symbol of longevity, integrity, and enduring beauty. But how many of us have truly seen a tree? In Seeing Trees, author Nancy Ross Hugo teaches us a whole new way of watching a tree. And in breathtaking shots of striking detail, photographer Robert Llewellyn shows us why it's worth it. With profiles of the most familiar and beloved spiecies, including the American beech, the red maple, the southern magnolia, and the tulip poplar. Seeing Trees opens our eyes to their shy magnificence, and invites us to deepen our relationship with these earthly treasures.
Hugo, Nancy R.
discover the extraordinary secrets of everyday trees
Portland, Or. :, Timber Press,, c2011
242 p. :,col. ill. ;,26 cm
Observing tree traits
Ten trees: intimate views
Branch Call Number:
582.16 H895s 2011