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Deserts toll Photograph by Robert WK Clark

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Stella Wanja

Stella Wanja

This image shows a dried tree in a forest. It is very tall and the branches have dried a sign of its lifetime. The surrounding environment has small shrubs and trees covering all over the forest. There is an area which has an open space and from the first view, the viewer is made to understand its water well. The tall tree is clearly visible and the artist has refined the image to ensure that every concept is grasped by the viewer. The tree might have dried up because of water scarcity or other natural causes. The colors used together with the background are also great.

Jill Ekstrom

Jill Ekstrom

Some may see this a dead unhealthy tree that should be torn down. However, when I look st it I see a lone standing tree that just needs a little love. It was probably a stunning beautiful tree with green leaves everywhere but just like everything else, nature takes its course. The branches growing in multiple directions shows that the tree has personality and like any other tree it is unique and individual. There is still hope for this thing of nature to repair itself. The tree itself is distinctive in regards to that every other tree surrounding it has green leaves and life still left, but there is hope for this tree.

Ashley Grimes

Ashley Grimes

This here is an artwork depicting spoils, damages, remnants, what¡¯s left of a once green vegetation and healthy or probably once fruitful trees as a result of desert encroachment. When desert encroaches, nothing thrives anymore and it is a phase vegetation lands reach at one point. Now we can also ascribe this scenario to human lives, there are usually situations like this where things would suddenly spiral downwards but the good thing is we often get the chance to get up and recoup our losses and move on. The artist just depicted a thing that takes place in several instances. We might be in denial but it really does occur.

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