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One stands in a wonderfully, autumn colored deciduous forest. From the point of view a path leads into the forest and vanishes further away in the trees. The brown soil of the close part of the path also becomes mixed up with the fallen leafes farther away. The left side of the path is flanked by a dozen of stones - not to call them a wall - but they have surely being put there. In the lower right corner of the picture one can see a tree trunk which seems to have a face on it.
„The best preparation for good work tomorrow
is to do good work today.”
Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915)
„The best preparation for good work tomorrow
is to do good work today.”
Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915)