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The Key of Life by Ahmad Bushehri: To get over any difficult period of time you will need a colorful, hopeful heart. The icy tree branches with no leaves represent the harshness of life whilst the colorful balloons represent a heart full of hopes and smiles. Hope is the main survival strategy that will eventually lead to blooming.
The Over Caffeinated Resident by Kelly Min: Like the over caffeinated resident managing a triple-booked clinic and a constantly ringing pager, this anxious North American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) was seen efficiently stashing away peanuts laid out by curious cottagers.
The Unimpressed Full Professor by S. Laurence Lee: Like the unimpressed full professor not flinching at a triple-booked clinic, this Mongolian Bareback Yak (Bos grunniens) was seen chewing its hay despite the Siberian winds. The yak then nimbly jumped over its fence, like the professor making a diagnosis that had eluded the resident.
Ghanaian Sunset by Horia Vulpe: Views of the beach near Accra, Ghana.
Magdalen Islands by Daniela Fetea: View of the Magdalen Islands and the houses of the Madelinots.
The Boat by Mary Hooey – Result of a paint night with friends for my birthday – an original piece of art!