- Cuckoo Bird (Photograph)
The cuckoo bird, after which the cuckoo clock is named, is a medium-sized bird with a variety of different markings, such as this grey and white cuckoo bird resting on the branches of a pine tree.
- Family (Photograph)
The largest family tree that exists in the world today is that of the ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius. This family tree spans over eighty generations and includes more than two million members.
- Walnut Board (Photograph)
A close-up photograph of walnut wood, from a black walnut tree, shows the wood grain in detail. The textured effect of the photograph allows viewers to imagine what the wood feels like. Run your hand along the wood plank and feel its graininess.
- Gift for a Woman (Photograph)
A woman putting the finishing touches on a festively decorated holiday tree is presented with a gift from a man. Both the man and woman are smiling as the man presents a slim gift, wrapped in red paper and tied with a green ribbon, to the woman.
- Mother and Daughter (Photograph)
A mother and child enjoy a moment together. The daughter looks up at the mother, while the mother gazes happily downward.
- English Saddle (Photograph)
A dark leather English saddle sits on a red saddle tree mounted on the wall of a tack room. A white saddle pad separates the saddle from the metal tree. A brass nameplate on the back of the saddle indicates its owner.
- Bent Willow (Photograph)
Bent willow furniture, including benches, chairs, and a table, decorates a peaceful stone patio. The moss growing between the patio stones lends color to the patio. A large tree, with a mass of white flowers, provides a backdrop to the patio setting.
- Prefab Home (Photograph)
A prefabricated home, in the style of a colonial farmhouse, sits in the middle of a large yard. A dramatic tree looms in the foreground. Soon, a family will move into this house and fill the rooms and yard with laughter and love.
- Tree Farm (Photograph)
Young trees are photographed at a tree farm. The trees at the plant nursery, which are emerging from the dirt, have been planted in straight rows. As the trees are cultivated they will continue to grow.