Washington, DC (January 18, 2011)- The Cultural Landscape Foundation, in partnership with American Photo magazine and The Davey Tree Expert Company, has produced the 2011 Every Tree Tells a Story Calendar in conjunction with the annual Landslide project of the same title. Landslide: Every Tree Tells a Story is a traveling photography exhibition featuring sentinel and specimen trees, allÃ©es and boulevards, urban forests, formal and vernacular- things that surround us and are living reminders of our heritage.
The Davey Tree Expert Company is pleased to offer Alliance for Community Trees members a complimentary copy of the 2011 Every Tree Tells a Story calendar. To receive your copy, place your order by January 28, 2011 at www.davey.com/calendar
The calendar photos will be part of a traveling exhibit that will next be on display at the Philadelphia International Flower Show from March 6-14, 2011.
The calendar includes 12 photographs from the traveling exhibition of original photography which features 25 images of 12 different locations in the US and Puerto Rico, selected as part of TCLF’s annual compendium of significant at-risk parks, gardens, and horticultural features. The 12-month calendar features striking images by award-winning photographers Amy Bedik, Barbara Bosworth, Jay Dickman, Bob Hower, Frank Hunter, David Jordano, Robert Glenn Ketchum, Yong Hee Kim, Larry Nighswander, Juan Pons, James Sheldon, and Garie Waltzer.
These horticultural specimens, many under threat, range from a two-century old tulip poplar in Washington, D.C., to the 4,000 cherry trees in New Jersey’s Essex County Branch Brook Park, to the Rio Piedras ficuses that span seven highway lanes in San Juan. They stand as living reminders of our country’s past and have the potential to witness future generations. These natural and living features command the same awe and admiration that our culture bestows upon the arts, architecture and design.
Every Tree Tells a Story
For ACT Members: Order your complimentary calendar from Davey
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