Fly over a tree trunk/Volare sopra un tronco d’albero

April is a rainy month where I come from, in Italy. The nice thing is that when the rain stops you realize how nature has partied. No need to be in the countryside or in the woods, the trees of the city along roadsides creates outdoor exhibitions where you don’t need to pay money to enter, but only have eyes to see. I immersed myself in these works and at one point … it seemed to fly! I don’t know why but I think there’s a reason … what do you say?

Aprile è un mese molto piovoso dalle mie parti, in Italia. La cosa bella è che quando smette di piovere ci si accorge come la natura nel frattempo abbia fatto festa. Non serve essere in campagna o nei boschi, anche gli alberi delle città ai bordi delle strade inaugurano mostre all’aperto dove per entrare non serve pagare soldi, ma solo avere occhi per vedere. Mi sono immersa tra queste opere d’arte e a un certo punto…mi è sembrato di volare! Non so perchè ma credo che ci sia un motivo…cosa ne dici?

left: tree stump beside the road a little away from home ... I saw it from the car and I stopped - right: Hubei Tongshan Yinshui Cave Geological Park - Cina
sinistra: tronco d'albero ai bordi della strada un po lontano da casa...l'ho visto dalla macchina e mi sono fermata - destra: Hubei Tongshan Yinshui Cave Geological Park - Cina

left: trunk at the edge of the road to go to studio - right: MountLovenia+Kings Peak - Utah - USA
sinistra: tronco ai bordi della strada per andare in studio - destra: Monti Lovenia e Kings Peak - Utah - USA

left: trunk at the entrance of the palace of the accountant - right: Karnataka, India
sinistra: tronco all'entrata del palazzo del commercialista - destra: Karnataka, India

left: trunk next to the studio - right: Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
sinistra: tronco vicino allo studio - destra: Kalimantan Central, Indonesia

left: tree stump at the edge of the road behind the house – right: Simara Island and Banton Island, Philippines
sinistra: tronco d’albero ai bordi della strada dietro casa – destra: Isola Simara e Isola Banton, Filippine

4 Comments to “Fly over a tree trunk/Volare sopra un tronco d’albero”

  1. Amazing to look at these trees this way! Thanks for showing them …

  2. One of the most intriguing and creative posts I’ve ever seen!

  3. So your comment is of the most way to start my week** in each world … there’s inside a world. As the universe is in us, in a tree trunk is the surface of the planet.Thank you so much for your comment Ted+see you soon +have a great week

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