Oak trees are common in northern Guadalajara, Spain.
What called my attention on these particular group was their harmonic disposition, with that improbable symmetry that gives them a sculptural quality against the blue sky.
There were few leaves left on the branches at the time, but the surrounding country still exhibited the worm colours of late autumn.
This picture is currently unframed. It could be shipped as is, letting the buyer frame it to his/her taste or, alternatively, I could have a wooden edge, 3cm thick, be glued to its back and painted in a matching colour, at no additional cost to the buyer, such that no other frame would be necessary. It would ship ready to hang.
In the latter case, 4 or 5 additional days should be added to the regular shipping time
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