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To See a World in a Grain of Sand...
a painting surely!
Just some old ivy stems on an unnocupied building….
It does look like one.
This makes me feel sad. But then, there are any number of reasons to feel sad right now, Sue.
I love the skeletal remains of the shoots.
That’s what drew me to this
The ivy remains are v. captivating. Nice study in subtle decay, Sue.
Thank you, Tish….subtle decay, indeed
A giant fossil! Lovely decay 🙂
A giant fossil!
I really like this photo Sue 😀 😀
Just saw it and thought it would make an image
Love the tracery of former life
You were right. It makes an excellent image and the ivy looks not at all like a plant of any sort.
Thanks, Janet….and only the remains of the ivy stems are now discernible, so very much a shadow of its former self!
A wonderful shot!
Beautiful image, Sue. I love the composition!