Everything Changes.

Nothing stays the same. Now that probably is a good thing, in most instances. There are some things that do not change for the better. But I do not want to go there today. Not in the mood to rant.

I love how nature can transform herself. It is a slow process that can take hundreds of years or even centuries. Our photo challenge this week is transformation. I hope what follows captures this process, in some small way.

Used to be a tree, did't you
Used to be a tree, didn’t you?
Years of decay has played its part.
These figures were sculpted from sand.
This junco helps transform what is just a knarley branch to the perfect perch.


5 thoughts on “Everything Changes.

  1. margaret21 November 27, 2017 / 3:43 am

    Great photos. It took me a while to ‘read’ the second one, but it was worth the effort.


    • Dan Drews November 27, 2017 / 10:48 am

      Encountered this on one of our many walks/hikes in Mexico. I suspect it is from a bamboo tree. Cheers.


  2. Tina Schell November 26, 2017 / 2:08 pm

    These are terrific Dan, but that sand sculpture is incredible! Wonder how long it took to create it – did you watch the process?


    • Dan Drews November 26, 2017 / 2:32 pm

      This shot was taken in Puerto Vallarta where there are a number of these sand sculptures. We did not see this one being created but have witnessed others.
      Thanks for dropping by. Cheers.


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