Bold Skies Over a Solitary Tree

I so enjoy this solitary pine standing tall over the blueberry barrens. This morning, while the sun was still low, the sky looked so bold and so close.

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Other solitary tree posts:
16 January 2016: Sunrise Over a Solitary Tree
29 October 2015: Solitary Tree Through the Fog
13 May 2015: Blackened Barrens
24 February 2015: A Solitary Tree
7 February 2014: Winter Barrens

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