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Conococheague (kikobun)

Bend to bend, the Conococheague wanders – woodline to forest, field to farm, road to lawn. And for all of its restlessness the creek remains true. 140 more words

“I have nothing to hide except for the fact I’m broken inside.”
― Ejieh B.

SUBJECT: Sycamore Tree
LOCATION: The Coves, London, Ontario

Perched precariously at the edge, branches outstretched to the sky, defying the inevitable.

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Letters To The Dead

Year 6 Kingswood Residential

Click the link below to find out more about the amazing activities year 6 will be participating in while attending the Kingswood residential trip. This is a powerpoint presentation filled with details of each activity as well as useful last minute tips. 10 more words

Year 6

Tadpoles

I have just finished and delivered an unusual little cabinet to a client today. I made it from a truly spectacular piece of locally sourced sycamore. 511 more words

Musing

Kilmartin River

Out for a walk this afternoon in sunshine and showers. These sycamores alongside the widening Kilmartin River are bursting leaf.

Photography

Smith earns 900th win as Lipscomb advances

The Lipscomb Academy baseball team advanced to the Region 5-AA championship and clinched a sectional berth with Monday afternoon’s victory over visiting Sycamore.

The Mustangs’ 6-1 triumph over the War Eagles was also a major milestone, marking career win No. 392 more words

News

Old Trees are Old Friends (botany for paleoartists part VI)

In today’s world, habitats disturbed by landslides, shifting rivers, forest fires, or humans, are rapidly taken up by pioneer plants, whose motto seems to be ‘live fast, die young’. 776 more words

Botany