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FIELD OF DAISIES

Taken on a day when I was feeling incredibly low. 

I remember thinking "hope is right here, hope is in these little moments that remind me why I keep going."

Fun Fact: There are approximately 4000 species of daisies & they are found on every continent except Antartica.

Location: Greenwood, Washington

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HIMALAYAN CEDAR

As you look at branches & leaves, you'll start to notice some of the tips are lighter, which means it new growth! It's a beautiful reminder that even small growth is still growth.

 

Fun Fact: Himalayan Cedar grow 40 - 70 feet tall, a canopy that's between 30 - 40 feet wide & a root system that grow up to 32 feet from the trunk.

Location: Greenwood, Washington

WOODLAND FORGET-ME-NOT

The blue flowers, the sounds of the birds chirping & leaves rustling, it's all a reminder that nothing is needed for a moment to be so peaceful.

Fun Fact: According to Greek Mythology, Zeus thought he had given all the plants a name, whereupon a small blue flower shouted “forget me not!”

Location: Lake Crescent, Washington

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ICY PINE

This was the day everything froze over. A quarter inch of ice covered the entire city, shutting everything down. Some say it was a perfect representation of the "Seattle Freeze"

Fun Fact: This is a Bristlecone Pine, it is the longest-lived species in the world. A few have been known to live over 5,000 years.

Location: Greenwood, Washington

CHERRY PLUM

"Hope doesn’t preclude feeling sadness or frustration or anger or any other emotion that makes total sense. Hope isn’t an emotion, you know? Hope is not optimism. Hope is a discipline… we have to practice it every single day."

- Mariame Kaba

Fun Fact: After cherry plums are pollinated by insects, the flowers turn into yellow or red cherry-like fruits. Many think the fruit they produce are cherries, but they're actually plums!

Location: Greenwood, Washington

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CEDAR RAIN

Sometimes hope is found in the smallest of things,

the simplest of things that just remind us that one day, this will all be okay.

Fun Fact: While this tree is called an Elkhorn Cedar, it's actually not a cedar at all! It's a evergreen tree that's native to the moist forests of southern Japan.

Location: Greenwood, Washington

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