Thursday, March 26, 2009

sugaring series 1

Last week I posted a photo of sap buckets hanging from a tree. The story picks up here in Peru, Vermont where, after a few very cold days, the temperatures are starting to rise again and the sap is recommencing its run.

7 comments:

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

I have never experienced this but it sounds great. Good picture to share. Thanks for your comments and I am glad you are enjoying the cactus, Chihuly, and art walk on my site. I am glad to learn that you also have art walks. The arts community needs all of the help we can give it during these hard economic times!

Afyonkarahisar said...

Snow and a large tree. This is a place like a farm. A rather large tree.
Good work.

Boise Diva said...

I'm always happy to see old-fashioned looking buckets. I'm glad there's no extreme mechanical method to see that doesn't involve people.

Jacob said...

I've always know that sap comes from trees, but never have seen how it was "caught." Thanks.

Jarart said...

Love to see this. Love to taste it too!

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear friend!
Very interesting post!I would like to taste it!I have never seen it in Brazil!This tree is so large!Cool!
Kind regards
Léia

roentarre said...

This image is truely incredible. A real photojournalism image