This piece is inspired by Shinjuku Gyoen in Tokyo-every time I go to Tokyo, I almost spend half a day strolling around. Looking at the vast grasslands, vigorous and tall pine trees, maple trees, lovely cherry trees, etc., it is refreshing. When I passed a row of cherry blossom trees, because it was autumn, although most of the leaves had fallen, the lines and postures of each tree were full of vigorous vitality, which attracted my attention very much, so I especially took this beautiful impression into a picture. When creating this work, the painter specially mixed a little more oil to make the picture look more pure and clean. People who watch it will feel the fresh and cool air atmosphere. The trunks are used a neat brushwork similar to traditional Chinese painting, and I quickly outlines the outline and shape with a few strokes to show the strong vitality of the tree. In addition, the color is used to express the autumn mood, so more warm colors are used on the grass, and even the small branches are also expressed in light and dark layers. The dark background makes the subject more vivid and powerful.