Dancing Trees

On Thanksgiving morning, my roommate, Jenny, and I took a stroll through Central Park. Trees in New York City seem to change color a good month or two after the rest of the east coast and on Thursday the park was sixty degrees, the trees were in full yellow and oranges and everyone was out taking a pre-dinner stroll.

Jenny, a painter at the New York Academy of Art, commented that the trees looked stunningly anthropomorphic. The stark contrast between the dark brown bark of the limbs arching elegantly through the yellow and orange leaves was breathtaking.

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