Where Humans Fail, Nature Succeeds

queen anne's lace and thistle
Regal and pure

A house slowly falls to pieces with no human care, comes down by human hand or gravity, an empty lot welcoming plastic bottles and fast food bags and old mattresses, fossilizing in its decay like the root of a missing tooth among a row.

Queen anne's Lace
Nodding flowers

Nature steps in to work her magic on a blighted space, putting roots into what must be broken down, and festive leaves covering the unsightly, and then above all the magic of flowers, like a fresh snowfall indiscriminately covering everything evenly, with a blanket of security.

Queen anne's Lace
Along the walk.

This was so breathtakingly beautifu.

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