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Whispering stories of green: Coloring the World With Crayons

A beautiful autumn afternoon. A sun slightly covered by thin clouds, tumbles to the ground over the almost bare branches of the trees.
I ride my bike on a path next to a canal, on the edge of a forest near the place where I lived.
In the distance, the sunlight makes the branches and trees look delicate, almost fragile.
It looks as if the world is colored with crayons.
I wonder, what would I look like in this world?

‘Coloring the world with crayons’ is a photo in the series ‘Whispering stories of green’, part of the gallery ‘Enchanted forests‘.

Coloring the World With Crayons - Abstract realistic fine art forestscape by Jacob Berghoef

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