photo by
Maria Drazilov
taken in
Caledon Hills (Near the Fork of the Credit River)

artist statement:
"Not long ago, I discovered this special place while driving - several rows of pine trees at the edge of a farmer's field, probably planted a hundred years ago. I stopped to photograph it with my 8 year old daughter in tow. She rode piggy back, as we waded through deep trenches and spiky weeds, taller than her. The ground was covered in freshly fallen needles and shady ferns.  A refuge from the heat of summer, the stillness and sounds of birds singing seemed magical and soothing. We both tilted our heads back to revel in the glorious canopy of tall trees and endless sky.  I took a picture to remind myself of this moment." ---Maria Drazilov, Toronto


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