upside down trees

You might find it hard to find the upside down trees. I know I did. You may even conclude that they are not there at all.

Or they might leap straight out at you, arrest you mid-swipe, tap or click and force you to linger here a while longer.

But trees or not, upside down or not, it is the light that Jenn has made the star of this show.

Spilling softly from the window, brightening the cerulean wall, so that the ocean of colour is riven with a turquoise gash and the bowl of knitting is a crustacean resting on a bleached sea floor. Spotlighting the yellow flowers whose name I should remember but can’t, because I’m entranced by the light splashing onto the pillows with those possibly… maybe… upside down trees.


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