The Tree Metaphor

When I’m thinking or talking, writing for my own or publishing: Then I’m always feeling like expanding, growing like a tree. The structures reaching to the sky, created by a tree – so are thoughts floating into the great white open of a new.
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photo by “dear caffeine”, click on the picture [sent to my group BLOG IT] to enter the flickr.com galleries of the photographer!
related:

https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/tree-and-thought-structures/

http://onebigphoto.com/worlds-most-beautiful-trees-photography/

http://onebigphoto.com/worlds-most-beautiful-trees-photography-part-2/

http://onebigphoto.com/750-years-old-sequoia-tree/

http://onebigphoto.com/tree-camping/

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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/make-your-tagxedo/

http://www.tagxedo.com/app.html

http://marinakanavaki.com/2013/09/09/the-fortune-tree-part-3/

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

14 responses to “The Tree Metaphor

  1. Amy

    Growing like a tree is a wonderful feeling! Keep publishing, communicating, sharing…

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  2. And in ancient sacred thought before religion got in the way, it was a tree that stood at the heart of the world. I love your tree thoughts and tree creations, Frizz.

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  3. “Thoughts floating into the great white open of a new”–very poetic, Frizz, lovely!

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  4. I love the photo but I really must need my eyes testing, Frizz. At first I thought that auburn hair was tree roots. Guess I’ve been on here too long tonight! 🙂

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  5. wonderful picture and you become a new warhol 🙂

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  6. Beautiful trees, Frizz!!! 🙂

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  7. . . . and the growth spreads far and wide, as you reach out to us so we reach to others.

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  8. Rosa

    interesting mataphor. never thought of it in this way before

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  9. Laura Bloomsbury

    amazing as an arborophile! p.s. the tagxedos would make great greetings cards

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  10. Keep expanding and sharing, Frizz!

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