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July 2013, vol 9, no 2

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Cherie Hunter Day


A stand of paper birches holds its own in the middle of a snow-crusted field in late February. Stone walls suggest edges to the properties of the shuttered cottages wrapped in silver shingles. All this is rendered in a few simple lines from a crow quill pen dipped into a half-filled bottle of India ink.

drawing crows the winter ache of blue overhead