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Devastation

by George F Mason
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 26/03/2013

He gazed slowly across the grim landscape whilst carefully making a note of what fell before his eyes. Into the distance spread a view of blackened and charred remains of eerie shapes that were unrecognisable. His eyes searched through the debris and were then drawn to the centre where there stood a solitary tree. It was bare and completely stripped of foliage, but its magnificence was brought into silhouette by a bright orange sky that was tinged with pink.

The artist swished his bush around in a jar then shook off the excess water, he was happy with his work.

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