One who observes and thinks about what has been seen, what has passed by my way, what greater meaning lies behind and beneath life's small events.
Until humans go and screw everything up lol
Fortunately in Sedona, the rock is easily weathered and broken.
It does. A few years ago there was a photo in the paper of a pristine concrete driveway with a dandelion growing in the middle of it. Tough little devils.
Joanne also had a sunflower sprouting from a crack of concrete. That thing grew and flowered!
I always marvel at the pine trees that grow out of a crack on the steep side of a mountain. The 2nd picture could be titled, "The vagina of life." LOL
You naughty girl, you! What makes it even more special is that was taken outside the marvelous Catholic church, Cathedral of the ?red rock?
Lovely!I'm always amazed by the small grasses and wildflowers that seem to grow out of concrete.
The desert finds a bit of dirt and some water, and huzzah!
No arguments here, it's absolutely amazing where you find things growing sometimes. Have a great Monday!!! :)
I love the scenery in Sedona. Everything there is magnificent, even a prickly cactus.
It does indeed find a way - in the face of obstacles which seem impassible. Which I find very, very encouraging.
Stunning and touching images, Susan. Thanks for stopping by my blog via Rob Bear. It's always nice to see a new face and especially nice to know how you found your way over. I'm so far behind in blog visits but just beginning to catch up now. Lovely ohotos you have over here.
Grass and flowers grow through cracks in the sidewalk, too. Interesting, the ways things grow.Blessings and Bear hugs!
Life is tenacious that's for sure. Plants and man adapt to even the harshest of conditions.
That it does
Jilda and I went to Sedona for our anniversary a few years ago and I was moved by the surreal beauty of that place.
Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!