22 thoughts on “Flow”

  1. Ooooh! I seriously love old gnarled wood, especially when it’s fallen and you see that nature has taken over nature. So beautiful! I loved seeing this as my first picture in the morning. Thank you!

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  2. Ooooh! I seriously love old gnarled wood, especially when it’s fallen and you see that nature has taken over nature. So beautiful! I loved seeing this as my first picture in the morning. Thank you!

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  4. On the one hand, this looks remarkably like flowing lava. On the other, it looks remarkably like my fudge used to look when I was still learning to make it, and it would set up too quickly!

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  5. Thank you. I have ALS and less perceived movement everyday. What a beautiful reminder that growth is movement. Wow. May I put this entry on my blog and use it for a post? With a direct link to your Blog of course?! It would be an honor! twe

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