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    For the Love of Trees

    £20.00
    A collection of extraordinary stories and photography about our human connection with trees and the ways they make a mark on people's lives.
    ISBN: 9781785303098
    AuthorVicky Allan
    Pub Date29/10/2020
    BindingHardback
    Pages256
    Availability: Out of Stock

    For the Love of Trees is a beautiful celebration of trees and our connection with them. Combining amazing photographic portraits of people and trees with powerful personal testimonies, it tells stories of unique relationships with favourite trees.

    There are stories of people who have fought for trees, put down roots by planting them; found solace among them during times of grief; fallen in love through them; felt uplifted or relieved from stress or anxiety in their presence; known the way a window out on a tree can help during times of illness; memorialised loved ones through them; protected them and sought to understand them.

    These are stories of why trees have mattered to individuals, and how they have impacted on the lives of people whose own span, particularly in the case of older trees, is just a fraction of rings in their existence.

    Above all, this is a book about relationships - between humans and these majestic, long-living plants - at this time of climate emergency. For the Love of Trees is both unique and timely, as we look to find a new balance between humanity and our planet.

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    For the Love of Trees is a beautiful celebration of trees and our connection with them. Combining amazing photographic portraits of people and trees with powerful personal testimonies, it tells stories of unique relationships with favourite trees.

    There are stories of people who have fought for trees, put down roots by planting them; found solace among them during times of grief; fallen in love through them; felt uplifted or relieved from stress or anxiety in their presence; known the way a window out on a tree can help during times of illness; memorialised loved ones through them; protected them and sought to understand them.

    These are stories of why trees have mattered to individuals, and how they have impacted on the lives of people whose own span, particularly in the case of older trees, is just a fraction of rings in their existence.

    Above all, this is a book about relationships - between humans and these majestic, long-living plants - at this time of climate emergency. For the Love of Trees is both unique and timely, as we look to find a new balance between humanity and our planet.