Balkan Route – Scene 7

Balkan Route – Scene 7

Nature Access

Scene 7 – leaving eco-village in Bad Endorf (D) – #balkanroute – day 3, morning #nl #netherlands #dutch #natureaccess#treesampling #josbregman#slowexplodingtrees #slowexplosion#performance #tiel #tree #wood #gallery#popart #trees #roadtrip #bulgaria#germany #austria #croatia #serbia#balkanroute #biodynamic #agriculture #art#artist #ecovillage #compost #badendorf

Balkan Route – Scene 5

Balkan Route – Scene 5

Nature Access

Scene 5 – no river swim around today, a river of cars drives me to have a coffee and tead a book – day 2, morning #nl#netherlands#dutch#natureaccess#treesampling#josbregman#slowexplodingtrees#slowexplosion#performance#tiel#tree#wood#gallery#popart#trees#roadtrip#bulgaria#germany#austria#croatia#serbia#biodynamic#agriculture#art#artist#ecovillage#compost#pforzheim

Balkan Route – Scene 4

Balkan Route – Scene 4

Nature Access

Scene 4 – cathedral, playing ground, autumn colors, roman gate of Wiesbaden on my #balkanroute – day 1, afternoon #nl#netherlands#dutch#natureaccess#treesampling#josbregman#slowexplodingtrees#slowexplosion#performance#tiel#tree#wood#gallery#popart#trees#roadtrip#bulgaria#germany#austria#croatia#serbia#biodynamic#agriculture#art#artist#ecovillage#compost#wiesbaden

Balkan Route – Scene 3

Balkan Route – Scene 3

Nature Access

Scene 3 – mistletoe in atypical trees (robinia pseudoacacia) at Kaiser Friedrich Thermen – holy stuff and ancient waters on my #balkanroute – day 1, afternoon #nl#netherlands#dutch#natureaccess#treesampling#josbregman#slowexplodingtrees#slowexplosion#performance#tiel#tree#wood#gallery#popart#trees#roadtrip#bulgaria#germany#austria#croatia#serbia#biodynamic#agriculture#art#artist#ecovillage#compost#mistletoe#wiesbaden

Magnicent Maple

For more than a quarter century I looked out of my kitchen (and bedroom) windows at the magnificent maple in our  back garden on the Keizersgracht with much appreciation and love. (As you may guess I’m the upstairs neighbor). It was very sad for many reasons to see it cut down and chopped up, however I’m thrilled that you are doing something creative with its remains. My first idea was to use it as firewood as you may remember, but that would have been a shame. I was wondering if you could make a shelf  (‘afgewerkt’) out of the wood for me that is at least 102cm long and not more than 20-25cm wide?

Laura

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