“ A house you can rebuild; a bridge you can restring; a washed-out road you can fill in. But there is nothing you can do about a tree but mourn.” Louise Dickinsen Rich
Five years ago we had a tremendous forest fire west of my home. I visited the sight last year and was amazed that in this specific area, the heat had been so intense that no new growth had begun. The desolation of this scene inspired this image. I added a texture to the background to enhance the feel. Print is 9 x 16 inches on fine art paper. Shipping is included in the continental United States.