A deep blue hue and yellow lights reflected on the wet floor, together with the cozy breeze beautifully indicating the natural phenomenon of autumn. I felt relax walking through the romantic scene towards the park. Noticing the pools of water left on the pathway by the midnight rain, I turned away from the straight path heading to paint at the long pavilion behind the Tai Chi Square. I was surprised to find the square empty with no sight of creatures at all. To value the time of being quiet before the nosy park regulars might arrive, I started to paint immediately. The segment to paint for the panorama shifted further to the right hand side, which included an aged paper skin tree in the middle and some younger ones receding inside the grove. Trees growing vertically upwards having branches stretching towards the sky constructed the layout of the segment. But again my palette was confused by the intensifying hue as the daylight gradually grew.


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