RIVER, Jessica Lindsley

River, by Jessica Lindsley
River, by Jessica Lindsley
[Image: A large swath of cobalt blue and charcoal grey clouds hangs high in the sky. At their bottoms, the clouds begin to streak and separate, becoming a paler grey; pale azure sky breaks through them. In the distance background, the silhouette of a bridge is visible, bridging the two banks of a river. Behind the bridge, sunlight smears itself across the bottom of the sky in gold, peach, and yellow tones, streaked by a few ribbons of clouds. Far off in the distance behind the bridge, silhouettes of the tops of buildings can be seen. In the midground of the image, silhouettes of large clusters of trees are visible. A river flows under the bridge, beginning in the background and moving to the foreground; the river takes up the bottom third of the image. It is a rippled mirror, partially reflecting the sky and the riverbanks.]
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