full circle in the hundred acre wood


Forest Trilogy from Elizabeth Westmark on Vimeo.


Part 1: We planted longleaf seedlings in a slash pine neighborhood. For several years, they failed to thrive. The seedlings developed a blight that killed some and stunted the survivors. For a time.

Part 2: Here is a borderlands between Longleaf Preserve and a jumping-off place dark swamp. Turkeys like it for roosting. It is “in” but not “of;” a betwixt and between place offering cover, food, water and a hasty retreat when needed, to one side or the other.

Part 3: Pave paradise?

0 thoughts on “Forest Trilogy

  1. Walk says:

    Change ain’t all it’s cracked up to be. Could you get some kind of state designation for the Longleaf Preserve to where they would have to go around? It’s a shame that some look at the dollars instead of the beauty that they are destroying.


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