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Trees Painting - The Last Of The Giant Eucalyptus Viminalis In Wilmot Tasmania by Sarah King

The Last Of The Giant Eucalyptus Viminalis In Wilmot Tasmania is a painting by Sarah King which was uploaded on September 23rd, 2008.

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Sarah, The color is magnificant! The subject is priceless! The emotion is beyond words! The heart crys out as the humans dishonor what beauty which was given to us out of love. I hope we open our eyes and hearts before it is too late.

Sarah King replied:

Our love for the earth will endure as long as we have hope and care.

Sarah, Another beautiful piece of art, the colors are so soft. This must have been a magnificant tree. I feel the longing to walk out, touch and be with it. Its spirit lives on through your painting. I appreciated what you wrote in your description. It is so heartbreaking to see this kind of destruction.

Sarah King replied:

Thank you for your feelings and thoughts we both share.