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24x86 Seasonal Dragons Panorama Print by The-SixthLeafClover 24x86 Seasonal Dragons Panorama Print by The-SixthLeafClover


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Dragons of Seasons

These great incarnations of the Four Seasons are joined together in a seamless transition in this panoramic art, just like the transitions of the seasons. Spring paved way for Summer to warm up the world, which then set the stage for arrival of Autumn that allowed Winter to gain a hold.

"Light of Winter"

As Autumn gave way to Winter, the world begins to hold its breath. Silence falls upon all corners of the land. Life turns to shelters as white flakes of snow drift down from the darkened skies. As the last of the water turns to ice and brown soil to white, the transformation of the season is complete. Even when the sun breaks through, its warmth can't outshine the cold Light of Winter.

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Archenslav8 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very Nice!
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WestlyLaFleur Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
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DesmodiaDesigns Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
oh I really love the spring one! But you did a great job at all of them! I also like the tress to divide the topics!
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DiamondCrocus Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012
Oooh, pretty :3 I like it how you used trees to separate them :D
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