Here in Belmont, we had a bizarre weather anomaly called a micro burst. This phenomenon is a combination of a hurricane and a tornado, and it literally lifted over 40 trees up (100 yr. old trees) and laid them on the ground (or, in many cases, on houses). It was limited to only several blocks of the town, but did tremendous damage. We are looking at the world through different light in many places now.
The micro burst has drawn a lot of attention to our trees, and I have found myself looking up into them a lot.
This painting is from that perspective.
oil on canvas, 8x10"