Incredible landscapes painted on tree logs
We bet you haven't seen such an unusual and beautiful kind of art. You can't miss it!
The artist Alison Moritsugu creates extraordinary works of art. She draws pictures on tree logs. However, these picture are not random, these are landscapes, where once a fallen tree grew. It turns out that the works attract so much attention not only by talented drawings but also by the history of creation as a whole. Enjoy the natural beauty preserved by Alison.
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Pics by Alison Moritsugu
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