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Black Poles


We are one our way back down to the town.  I just liked the "art" of the burnt forest trees.

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  1. It's a beautiful photo.
    I think I've mentioned it before - I can't look at a landscape like this without thinking of that glorious tapestry in the Great Hall at Parliament House based on Arthur Boyd's painting.

    http://www.aph.gov.au/Visit_Parliament/Parliament_House_Art_Collection/Great_Hall_Tapestry

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  2. I reminded me of the very same tapestry. But in the end I linked with Blue Poles in the title.

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  3. before I even read you words I thought I could see this hanging on a wall.

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