I saw "the forest for the trees". Looking through my lens, from my perch on the side of the road gave me a birds eye view of this magnificent forest, on top of the distant mountain. The layers that were exposed were certainly not visible to the naked eye. The clouds were moving across the sky, some quickly and some seemed to become snared in the copious forest. I loved the richness of the trees in contrast to some of the skeleton like trees that seemed to be reaching up to the sky for help. I envisioned the lower trees sending nourishment as trees seem to do to the smaller, more needy ones, providing strength to the blossoming greenery.
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