New Growth with Last Year’s Cones

I love watching the evergreen trees change color as the winter progresses, getting brighter and brighter green in the warming temperatures. There is a difference in the green of the new growth and the green of last year’s restored needles. What a contrast between the squirrel-ravaged cones and the soft and tender new shoots.    
New Growth with Last Year’s Cones

Oil  on gessoed board,  5″ x 7″, signed and dated
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