Fay Henexson | Fall 2013: Eastern Sierra
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You cannot judge a tree by seeing it from one side only. As you go round or away from it, it may overcome you with its mass of glowing scarlet or yellow light. You need to stand where the greatest number of leaves will transmit or reflect to you most favorably . The tree which looked comparatively lifeless, cold, and merely part-colored, seen in a more favorable light as you are floating away from it, may affect you wonderfully as a warm, glowing drapery . - The Journals of Henry David Thoreau, October 9, 1860
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