|A Tree in Maine - by Lynda Lehmann Art c 2016|
Here's a beautiful tree I photographed one spring, in Maine. There were four or five of these Kwanza Cherry Trees in a row, about 20 or so feet from each other, and their pink was just exploding in the sunlight!
Seeing all those cherry trees in a line, glowing pink and magenta in the sun, was wonderful serendipity, a touch of welcome color when walking down a road past grisled forest where the green was broken only by tree trunks and fallen branches.
The sunlight on the trees made the scene seem bigger than life. Isn't it amazing how the light makes all things pop, indeed, seems to make things come alive? In short, light seems to make things "real!"
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