More Earth Art – can’t see the water for the trees
The first one below is for Tom Harley at Pindanpost. I think the last one is my favourite. Given the location, I’ll dedicate it to James Delingpole after his recent swim.
Recognise this Tom?
This one looks more like a watercolour, or ink bleeding intricately into damp paper.
The gnarled old stunted growth of a bonsai?
Somehow this makes me think of reptiles?
If I ignore the channel, this makes me think of a cold winter day
These next two are in South Korea.
Like green veins on old leathery skin
This one really does look like a tree
Somewhere in Great Barrier Reef
My favourite. It looks like it should be the backdrop on a set for Hansel and Gretel or something that calls for an enchanted forest. I might have to print that and frame it for my wall.
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