Field Maples & Hornbeams

I maybe a complete horty dork, but I am found the trees in Westminster Abbey to be nearly as breath-taking as Catherine and rest of the procession.   Do you agree?

field maple

I can’t help but think that this eco-nature inspired take on the wedding will become a huge industry trend. (Yeah!)  And with trees being used in weddings, the obvious symbolism of planting it after the ceremony is sure to follow.  And then you have the tree which will continue to grow through a lifetime.  It’s a lovely thing.
alley of hornbeams

images from: Crimson Canopy, and by Reggie Thomson.

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