basswood

What does the tree say? The OED notes of psithurism, “Obsolete. Forms: α. psithurisma. β. psithurism. This word belongs in Frequency Band 1.
Band 1 contains extremely rare words unlikely ever to appear in modern text. These may be obscure technical terms or terms restricted to occasional historical use, e.g. abaptiston, abaxile, grithbreach, gurhofite, zarnich, zeagonite.

a rustling or whispering sound, such as leaves in the wind; susurration: “Standing in the glade I heard a quiet psithurism, just straddling the line between music and noise.”

Maclura pomifera

National Arboretum DC
It is a member of the mulberry family, Moraceae. Due to its latex secretions and woody pulp, the fruit is typically not eaten by humans and rarely by foraging animals. Controversial suggestions have been made that it was consumed by extinct Pleistocene megafauna, but these claims have been criticised as lacking empirical evidence.
Maclura pomifera has many names, including mock orange, hedge apple, hedge, horse apple, monkey ball, monkey brains and yellow-wood. The name bois d’arc (from French meaning “bow-wood”) has also been corrupted into bodark and bodock..– Wikipedia

We used to call them brain trees.
Horse high, bull strong, hog tight…

Shack

VRS
“Shack was often described as larger than life, irrepressible and one of a kind, and he was known for his indomitable spirit, high energy level and infectious enthusiasm. These traits co-existed with a genuine kindness, a quiet gentleness, a genteel demeanor and a generous and joyful heart. It is his heart for which he will be most remembered.”

contact sheet CH129

salon
Looking at a contact sheet from 37 years ago. What is remembered?
Rosni Farm
What clarity of memory exists for yesterday?
kitchen
But this one, I remember the microwave, the corded phone, the linoleum, the coffee pot, the can of French Market, the hanging pans, the hanging light-bulb, the cabinet doors with a rubber band spanning the handles to keep them closed.

Oh! What was a contact sheet? Expose and develop a roll of film. Cut the film into strips. Lay the negative strips on a sheet of photo paper. Shine light through the negatives. Develop the sheet of paper. Contact sheet! Multiple positive images from the exposed film.