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Just before Thanksgiving, I took the photographs that led to this drawing. These trees actually line my driveway. Most of them are Idaho Grand Firs (Abies grandis), and they're often festooned with hanging fungus that looks like it came from the bayou. We had a heavy snowstorm the week after I completed this drawing, and the small fir on the right broke off about ten feet up and fell across the driveway. Sad—I was looking forward to seeing it grow up.
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