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“The Power of White”

Foreground, middle ground, background copper-penny brown with hints of loden green brave shoots rising from an earth laid bare by dingy drifts of talcum-powder white still lurking in burnt-timber shaded corners still hugging ashen bush bases. These ghostly-white remainders deny nature’s … Continue reading

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