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Years of the Day #2299

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Years of the Day #2299

The weeks after Christmas are a strange season. All the bare trees splayed out on street curbs, left in front of houses like offerings to the Angel of Death, make for a somewhat eerie postlude to the holidays.

Christmas trees are bought cheaply, loved briefly, then discarded, but they are trees like any other, so their history is recorded in their rings, hidden until they are left out with the recycling. This tree waited several years for its season to come – one hopes that it was dressed up beautifully, and that the holiday was everything it wanted it to be.

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Written by Umbrella Man

January 7, 2015 at 10:24 pm

Posted in geometries, plants, trees

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