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Shadows of the Family Tree by Aimee Stewart
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“Were laying in the shadow of your family tree
Your haunted heart and me
Brought down by an old idea whose time has come
And in the shadow of the gallows of your family tree
There’s a hundred hearts soar free…” – TV on the Radio

Waterville, Washington – at sundown

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country, white, black, shadow, house, american, tree, home, family, sepia, farm, abandoned, farmhouse, stewart, haunted, memory, washington, quaint, meloncholy, americana, aimee, gallows, foxfires, waterville

Aimee’s artwork has been featured in Advanced Photoshop Magazine, ImagineFX, and others. Her work can be found internationally as a greeting cards through Tree Free Greetings, cross stitch patterns through HAED, and jigsaw puzzles by such companies as Buffalo Games, Mega Puzzles, and more! These are now available at Walmart, Fred Meyer, and more. Aimee is currently working on her first children’s book featuring whimsical animals, slated for release in 2012.

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  • Chris Clark
    Chris Clarkover 5 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful and straight to my favs

  • Thanks so much Chris! I’ll be uploading quite a few from this trip over the next couple of days. :D

    – Aimee Stewart

  • Naomi Hatton
    Naomi Hattonover 5 years ago

    Beauitiful!

  • Thank you Naomi!

    – Aimee Stewart

  • JanG
    JanGover 5 years ago

    Soft, gorgeous greys, love the old-time feel to it, like it came out of a dream of a memory.

  • What a gorgeous way to describe it! Thank you Jan!

    – Aimee Stewart

  • J Leslie  Booth
    J Leslie Boothover 5 years ago

    Like the hands of time
    The shadow creeps steadily
    Etching heritage

    Pleasing composition; timely reminder of how change comes to us all. Being necessary in life, we either accept or deny change, regardless time marches on.

  • Thank you so much! And what you say is true – I can’t help but think of the people who lived there at one time, and how my life intersects with that as I stand there and photograph what once was.

    – Aimee Stewart

  • billyboy
    billyboyover 5 years ago

    Wow, this is sublime. Can feel the rays even though it’s in BW… and I love the way the tree’s shadow cast on the house dominates. Beautiful work!

  • Thank you Billy! It was really a stunning day – and the only way to catch the shadow at that angle was to be there at sundown. Really quiet and peaceful out in the middle of nowhere…

    – Aimee Stewart

  • billyboy
    billyboyover 5 years ago

    Did you ever find yer jaw btw?

  • Yeah – it was laying behind the Fender Strat there in that studio. LOL

    – Aimee Stewart

  • billyboy
    billyboyover 5 years ago

    I was so wondering about that when I tripped over it this morning… I swear I will glue it back EXACTLY the way it was and send it right off to ya! In the meantime, it`s a great opportunity to learn to drink through yer nose!!

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