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    Two-year-old Madison and her mother, Ashley Arndt, of Brunswick, explore the new tree created by Maine artist Laura Fuller at the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center on Wednesday. Madison is a patient at the children's hospital. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer

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    Maine artist Laura Fuller, left, looks up at the stained glass tree she created in memory of her daughter Delaney, who died at Maine Medical Center in Portland in 2004. To the right is Fuller's friend Robin Bateman of Elliot.

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    A photograph of Delaney Fuller sits on display on a table near the new stained glass tree created in her memory by her mother, Maine artist Laura Fuller, on Wednesday. Delaney died at Maine Medical Center in 2004 at the age of 9. She was diagnosed with Hurler syndrome, a genetic enzyme deficiency, when she was 4 months old and spent a lot of time at the hospital.

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    Visitors to the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center in Portland on Wednesday look at the new stained glass tree created by Maine artist Laura Fuller.

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    The branches of the new stained glass tree at the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center in Portland are full of whimsical details.

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    Another wonder reveals itself behind a little door on the tree's trunk.

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    Little doors on the tree's trunk open to reveal mysteries and gem-like wonders within the tree.

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    Two-year-old Madison Arndt of Brunswick sits on a little chair that is part of the stained glass tree created by Maine artist Laura Fuller at the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital at Maine Medical Center in Portland on Wednesday. Madison is a patient at the children's hospital.

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