Morning in the Eucalyptus Grove

Eucalyptus trees have made a home in San Diego and can be seen just about everywhere around town. They are invasive, messy, brittle, and incredibly beautiful with their mix of dusty pastel colors.

In the early morning light today, the eucalyptus grove in North Park was particularly stunning. Some of the foliage seemed to be backlit and that set off the colors in the tree trunks even more than usual.

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1 Response to Morning in the Eucalyptus Grove

  1. AAN GEE says:

    I looooooove these… your paintings of eucalyptus…

    On Thu, Oct 1, 2020 at 11:14 PM, Deliberate Sketching wrote:

    > > > > > > > Sarah Sullivan posted: ” > > > > > Eucalyptus trees have made a home in San Diego and can be seen just about > everywhere around town. They are invasive, messy, brittle, and incredibly > beautiful with their mix of of dusty pastel colors. > > > > In the early morning light today, the eucalyptu” > > > >

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