Deciduous trees lose their leaves as an act of survival in preparation for their revival – a strategy enabling the tree to defy the often barren cold and dry weather of winter. This also allows the tree greater receptivity to pollinate in the spring. Vital and ancient, this adaptation keeps alive the trees’ struggle to survive – a timeless affirmation of life’s tireless capacity for rebirth. The adaptability of the tree, its ability to work with nature and create a unique symbiotic relationship is the key to its survival, a lesson often lost on the human level.
All images and text © Jacques Garnier
By Jacques Garnier
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