Where fields lay fallow and foundations disused, silent sentinels take root and reach for light. Here within gleaming geodes sheltered from nature’s wrath, colossal colonnades of wood and leaf construct towering arboreal abodes.
Under domes of crystal clear as mountain skies, oaks rise storied and strong. Maples unfold like fans of green and gold, while birches stand slender as snow-clad witch’s wands. Grass and fern form living lattices winding around woody giants in nature’sUnexpected architecture.
Through seasons these sylvan structures stretch tendril and bough, sheltering unseen worlds within their woodland walls. Beholding their immense beams entwined outside yet obscurred from howling winds, one glimpses the grandeur nature nurtured and shielded could achieve towering even above storms that long laid waste these sites of now sky-piercing pillars and colonnades of verdant vaulting constructed by trees that know nothing but to reach ever upward for light, and light alone, under glass that fosters their fabulous formations and feats.