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The Visual Intervention (Received in 2009 – Near Raleigh, North Carolina) presents a single buttery-yellow flower standing boldly against a soft, blurred green backdrop. The petals spread open, as if stretching to embrace the day, each vein and line delicately highlighted, suggesting the tender intricacy of nature’s artwork. The flower’s center, a cluster of tiny stamens, invites the first visitors of the day, perhaps a buzzing bee or a fluttering butterfly. It’s a glimpse of nature’s gentle wake-up call, embodying the quiet yet powerful announcement of a new day dawning.


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