Tercui 2015 prt23 Gestures of Drought

Gestures of Drought prt1

Gestures of Drought prt1

I like these bushes and their gestures. They express the tough struggle for life which they lost in despair…

Gestures of Drought prt2

Gestures of Drought prt2

Gestures of Drought prt3

Gestures of Drought prt3

Gestures of Drought prt4

Gestures of Drought prt4

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16 comments
  1. It seems to me that they won it for the time it lasted… ;o)
    And they even left beauty behind…

    • How would that be, if us, humans would also be fixed in a meaningful gesture when death grabbed us; a statue, in stead of being put away in a coffin.. 😉

      • wow… and I was just writing / and reflecting / exactly on how humans can look beautiful… when they let themselves be… just let themselves be… something like the opposite of uptight I guess…
        so yes, how would that be, if us, humans, were fixed in a meaningful gesture when death grabbed us… i love it… 😉

        • Graveyards would look a lot more interesting, with symbolic sculptures that would show the essence of one, lonely, individual Life.

  2. Magical tree with a bit of gold. Beautifully photographed from above.

  3. Malin Ellisdotter H said:

    Excellent series, Harrie. Amazingly beautiful and great work. Enjoy the weekend.

  4. compassionate expression
    of earth’s drying out.

  5. To me they look like small suns or fires in every tree formation here… quite extraordinary in a very ordinary way…. 🙂

    • There is certainly the element of fire in them; sometimes they look like little explosions to me.. Thank you, Hanne.

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