The Sun as a Face

This sparse forest in Denmark bares a uncanny resemblance to a face, could it be just a coincidence? Unfortunately not, as it’s man-made. But the face is the work of famous 1800s Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, who originally created the design by cutting some holes in a bit of paper. Titled “The Sun as a Face”, I doubt he ever expected to have the crude artwork recreated in the medium of forest. Neither would he have expected a “nature playground”, as seen in this smaller representation to the north. The forest was planted in 2005 as part…

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