Cedar Tree Recording

Using a device called Plants Play I have been recording old growth trees throughout the Pacific Northwest for years. This recording is from a majestic 1500 year old 'mother' cedar tree in an undisturbed forest in BC, Canada. I continue to be amazed at how harmoniously some trees sing when they are part of a forest. We can listen to our electrical heartbeats using an EKG, just like we can hear trees singing when they are healthy and resilient. 

Finding Faces in Trees

Just like human skin scars and wrinkles over time tree bark does too. As animals, insects and humans share the forest there are many visual clues about the life of each tree. Branches break from lightening or wind and scars cover the wounds. Sometimes faces emerge! Please join other people around the globe who send me tree face photos for my archive at julie@walkaboutwithjulie.com! Many more images on my YouTube channel.

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