Hibaku trees: the trees that survived the atomic bombings/Nature tells us with no ideological standpoint about war atomic bombs peace nature and the environment - Dr. Chikara Horiguchi 原爆にも耐え生きる被曝樹木/自然は戦争 原子爆弾 命 ネイチャー 環境などをイデオロギーに関係なく語ってくれます - 樹木医堀口力 Grow your hibaku tree: firstname.lastname@example.org
I just wanted to thank you again for participating in Hybris exhibition. The show is being a total success, we are already getting a lot of press (unfortunately only national press, it´s hard to get international press here). Even on TV, actually one of the best cultural programs in Spain, Metrópolis, is going to make a special program on the show. So I am really happy!
And people love your project. I also wanted to let you know that next week I will be in Miami teaching a workshop on eco-aesthetics. Link here
This is another Hibaku tree, given by Julio Bernal and Semillas de Paz, to the neighborhood Barbarita, very close to the premises of SMC AR Tigre, where the other hibaku is planted. Around 1.000 meters, 10 blocks, more or less between them.
Both are camphor trees.
These photos are from hibaku camphor tree planted at the entrance square of the neighbourhood, it is already a mature seedling, and the site of planting is excellent, it has a 360 degree visual.
Also it was good to see many kids from the neighbourhood participating in the planting, may this planting be for them a moment of remembrance in the future
This past weekend we went to Baredero with my wife, this is a town around 145 km NE Buenos Aires, at the National Route 9 that goes to Rosario, Km 301
We have a strange winter now, this past week the average daylight temperature around 20 degrees celsius, so trees begun to flower.
The enclosed photo is from a cherry tree prunus type, quite like the 7 cherry trees we planted on august 6th 2016 at SMC Tigre.
Of course this cherry tree of Baradero is older, no less than 30 years, since the town of Baradero is the oldest of the province Buenos Aires, it was founded on 1615 by a Spanish conqueror, Hernandarias.