Images of Trees In The Human Landscape.
Photographs by David Paul Bayles.
Sierra Club Books., San Francisco., 2003. 144 pp., Various B&W and Color Illustrations, 11½x9¾".
Beyond their aesthetic and utilitarian importance, urban trees seem to fill a deeper human need. Perhaps they are reminders of the inexorable cycles of the natural world. Perhaps they serve as eddies and rils of slowness and sureness within the frantic rush of our environment.
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