| Inside a Pine Cone - Image by Ann Bilowz |
That’s why this whole outdoor/nature/garden thing is so cool to explore at any age. So much of what we discover on the outside relates to what we try to achieve on the inside. It’s why architecture and landscape architecture tightly woven together work best when this concept is understood and put into place. So when you pull out those pine cones to glitter and decorate for the holidays it’s more than a pine cone. It’s architecture in its simplest form. But don’t forget the outside space where the seed finds its home and eventually becomes the next tree.
P.S. The definition of a pine cone is from the UCC Biology department. And in case you missed yesterday’s post about pine cones, here’s the link - http://blog.bilowzassociates.com/2012/12/all-that-glitters.html
Image of a pine cone in nature by Ann Bilowz
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