Ever really look at a tree? Ever see how the branches and limbs connect to one another? Stare at a tree long enough, walk around it, feel the bark, and you'll be mesmerized by both its simplicity and complexity. I am amazed by how the parts all fit together, how there's a poetry to the symmetry, a prose to its upright skeleton, music when the wind wends its way through leaves.
I love the way a willow's leaves bend down to meet the earth—moving so slightly with the breeze. Sighing, whispering and delighting the eye.