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About the author jmankowsky

I live in Central Massachusetts in the United States--a wonderful area for nature, art and culture. Using a compact camera, I celebrate daily life found here in a variety of local landscapes throughout the changing seasons.

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  1. Great picture! It reminds me of the book – The Giving Tree – by Shel Silverstein. The tree stands proudly as the children and families play around it. I’ve missed your posts.

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    1. Thanks so much! Too much time has past, and I am hoping to be back more regularly now.

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      1. I look forward to your next post.

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  2. Welcome back, Julie.
    What a wonderful tree. I have heard of photographers taking daily images of the same tree to observe changes over time. I always think I should take on a similar project. It would certainly contribute to mindfulness and appreciation for nature’s wonderful transformations.
    Best,
    Tanja

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  3. So glad to see you back, and your lovely photos.

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    1. Thanks so much. It’s good to be back. Quite a project you have set for yourself by writing your book.! Best Wishes!

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  4. Great picture of an Oak tree standing still in all seasons

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    1. Thanks so much! It is one of my favorite trees.

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  5. Lovely to see a beautiful tree that is so treasured. It is good to see that you are posting again.

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