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  1. L. Fleming says: Reply

    Green Lake, Greetings, Chris: Your Art engrained into the Trees of Walker Valley is akin to poetry to the soul! Thank you, Chris for sharing this amazing dance with nature… yours from the Cariboo Confines, Lorrie Fleming – A Seasoned Traveler

    1. chris says: Reply

      Hi Lorrie,
      Great to hear from you! You know doubt know all those trees; friends of yours I’m sure.

  2. Arlene Halstrom says: Reply

    Hi Chris, trying to watch the Itcha volcanic exhibit but keeps page from opening.

    1. chris says: Reply

      Hi Arlene. Hit the square icon on the bottom right to make it full screen and it should work. Mine works and I have heard from several folks who have read it all as well. Good luck!

  3. Sage Birchwater says: Reply

    Spellbinding Chris. Thanks for sharing your poetry and artistry once again. You continue to inspire!

    1. chris says: Reply

      Hope you are doing well beside the lake. There are so many people we never see anymore due to Covid. Hopefully we connect one day. Take care Sage.

  4. Fred Nenninger says: Reply

    Thank you Chris for taking us on this fantastic journey through Itcha Volcano landscape – visually and spiritually. I’m also just reading Peter Wohlleben’s “The Hidden Life of Trees” and I’m seeing your trees in a whole new perspective.

    1. chris says: Reply

      You have to love trees! I can’t wait to go back and visit them in the Walker Valley after the snow melts. It will be a chatter of birds!
      Take care Fred.

  5. Karen Wrinkle says: Reply

    Witnessing your courageous and authentic connection to the seeing/feeling of the energy of the earth and how everything is strung together in the same “vibe” through your camera, is such a delight and inspiration!!!

    1. chris says: Reply

      As someone who really knows all about energy, I thank you.

  6. Chris, these trees are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing your vision.

    1. chris says: Reply

      Much appreciated!

  7. I love trees!! I feel their vibration from Mother Earth in the way you capture their joy with the dance of colours.
    Thank you. Be well. 💖

    1. chris says: Reply

      As always, thanks so much Adbhuta. Hoping you are well and enjoying life.

  8. Michael O’Dwyer says: Reply

    Hi Chris. Lovely photos. Will show you some of mine soon when you get to Callan if I can figure out how to work my camera- ha ha. Take care – Michael O’Dwyer

    1. chris says: Reply

      Can’t wait to see your pictures Michael! Are they about cows??? Hoping all is well. See you in Ireland one day soon…I hope!

  9. Jane O'Malley says: Reply

    Hi Chris. The variation of landscape in the Itcha Volcano exhibit is truly staggering. Absolutely stunning and very moving photos. Trees in the Walker Valley are also extremely impressive. – Jane

    1. chris says: Reply

      Thanks Jane. So glad you appreciated the diversity; it is truly amazing.

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