Monthly Archives: November 2010

First weekend workshop

Well, the weather was glorious, and the location superb. Students were eager, so just what I asked for. I had to change the schedule several times, but will have it all sussed out for next time. They are very interested … Continue reading

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Trees, shrines, ravens and a couple of humans

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Had enough of trees? Too bad! More to come!!

I went to dinner with Shigeko in the centre of Tokyo. It was like being in the middle of Bladerunner! – Raining too! (Anthea-you will have to ask someone). It was as if we had known each other for years, … Continue reading

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More photos!

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Emperor’s Garden and seminar

Had my first full night’s sleep last night since getting here! Hurrah! Possibly because my day began with visiting the Emperor’s Garden to search for the relatives of trees we will be working with. The Science Museum is located within … Continue reading

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Shinto Shrine

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Trees in Azabu Park, Shinto shrine and Buddhist Temple

Visited the local park yesterday, which is very beautiful, if manicured. I wish I knew what the trees were, although I do feel sometimes that less knowledge the better. Just admire beauty for what it is. I hope the photos … Continue reading

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