These overlapping trees, not even from the same country, come together in a copper and teal profusion of branches, lending themselves to an abstraction of overgrowth.
The larger branches are from a lone tree in Cimitière du Père Lachaise in Paris; the collection of smaller trees riverside is from Lake Sammamish State Park in Washington.
Digital collage, 25 layers, © 2016 Liz Ruest
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