The following photos are from last February when I was in Fergus Falls completing my Hinge Arts Residency. I spent some time walking in the cold while I was exploring the Kirkbride, taking photos as I walked along. I naturally gravitated towards watching the trees. Each one was full of many years of growth. Their branches were thick and sharp. Their bark textured and gritty. I also found some bushes that glowed. Snow was present. Ice was an obstacle (not pictured). The sky was blue and cloudy.
With my busy schedule, I am now just getting to look them over. I am enjoying remembering my time in Fergus -- working on my film project, taking breaks to paint, and finding moments to reflect on nature.
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