The Muse

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The Muse
photograph
Sapna Reddy, MD

This lone willow tree, standing in Lake Wanaka on New Zealand’s South Island and set against the backdrop of the majestic southern alps of Mount Aspiring National Park, is the most photographed tree in New Zealand. The azure water, the delicate nature of the tree’s foliage, and the incredible backdrop draws photographers from all over the world.

Dr Reddy is a Radiologist at the Walnut Creek Medical Center in CA and is pursuing a dual career as a landscape/nature photographer. More of her work can be seen at www.sapnareddy.com, and in this and other issues of The Permanente Journal.

 

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