Monday, 29 June 2009
I walk across King George's Field every day.
It's surrounded on three sides by trees.
Walking around London every day, it's not uncommon that at some point I'll look up and feel awe at the scale of the buildings. And I doubt I'm the only one.
But I haven't been doing the same with trees. Until the other day. The tree in the centre of this picture is easily as tall as a four-storey house, probably taller. And there are scores of other trees on my walk to work which are as tall, or taller.
Why is it that we don't find trees remarkable?
I was walking to work, so it would have been 7:10 when I took this.