Who says you can’t fit a tree in a mailbox? My pen friends certainly know how to use snail mail to share what’s growing in their parts of the world, and today I am sharing three photo postcards for your tree-loving pleasure.
My pen friend, Lori Ann W., sent the photo postcard above last October (2021) for a Love Notes prompt. On the back of her card, she wrote:
Find your way through your days knowing you are so very special and are cared about by so many!
A sweet message for a gorgeous scene! The photo was shot by one of her friends, who graciously allowed her to make postcards from the shot.
Christine B, my most prolific pen friend, sent the card below the previous October (2020) for Love Notes too.
Give me just a second to remind you how important you are to so many. You have had a lot handed to you and I’m always impressed at how you handle everything.
Aww…this one brought (good) tears to my eyes.
The postcard features a dead ponderosa tree on the bank of Lake Mary in Flagstaff, Arizona. Christine told me Flagstaff has the largest standing ponderosa forest in the country. How cool is that?!
Finally, these “tree feet” were sent to me by Karolyn for a Photographic Postcard swap on swap-bot. It was sent 6+ years ago, so it has been sitting in my “to be blogged” box an embarrassingly long time.
Karolyn, who’s from Missouri, captured the tree when she visited the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota. She found this tree clinging to the rock alongside a waterfall.
All three photo postcards capture the timeless beauty of trees–one tree glowing in the sunset; one dead but standing tall with its evergreen friends; and one with deep, strong roots crawling along a waterfall. Gorgeous sights with beautiful lessons and messages I would have missed if it weren’t for cameras and snail mail.
Snail Mail Quick Tip: Tree mail is easy-peasy to send. Is there an interesting tree along the path you walk, jog, or drive regularly? Is there a favorite tree in your garden? Did you find a tree that took your breath away while you were in a park or on a nature trail? Trees are–thankfully-everywhere, so that makes sending trees a cinch: Just take a shot, have it printed at your local photo printer (even Walmart and Walgreens print postcards onsite), write a note, and send it on its way to make a mailbox and a human happy.
I am joining Parul Thakur for #ThursdayTreeLove every second and fourth Thursday of the month. If you would like to play along, post a picture of a tree on your blog and link it back to her latest #treelove post.
9 thoughts on “Snail Mail | #ThursdayTreeLove | Tree Mail!”
I look forward to seeing beautiful trees on Thursdays.
Love them all! Love trees, how can you not? They remind us to be strong in adversity, to go with the flow, and to stand tall. Blessed are the tree lovers 🙂 xoxo
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That first shot is a killer! I love the gnarly roots in your last shot too
3 cheers for snail mail!
I love the idea and those trees are beautiful So wonderful of your friend, Chandra and kind of you to share with us. 🙂
Great scenes! I’d love to sit on the rock in the first one.
I loved the idea, of snail mail. Well said trees are thankfully everywhere and this way we can share and spread the TreeLove as much as we can.