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  • Natasha Biacchi

    "Though I don't usually indulge in romantic, druidic speculation about trees, when I'm in the presence of this oak, I can't help wonder who is the observer and who is the observed. While we watch trees, do they gaze back at us?" Captions adapted from Tree: A New Vision of the American Forest, by James Balog.

  • Rita Rudisill

    Live oak. Quercus virginiana var. virginiana "Angel Oak"

  • Judy Cahoun Bresch

    THE "Angel Oak" Johns Island, South Carolina "Who is the observer and who is the observed. While we watch trees, do they gaze back at us?"

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