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  • Carole Piasecki

    Trees - funny illustration.

  • Emanuel Silva

    Swinging, sliding, hide or seek, … I just loved to play. And when it was outdoors, it was a lot more enjoyable because there were no walls and we could shout without being scolded. One of those things I really wanted to do but unfortunately could never succeeded at, was to climb trees. Behind our summer house, there was this huge fig tree and I kept dreaming of climbing it. More than once, it would have been so good to be quiet in the middle of the leaves with no one bothering me…

  • Linda Vernon

    The art of tree climbing :)

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