“It’s Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature”

In our meanderings through counties near us, Pat and I are both drawn to the beauty of old barns, houses, and sheds. There is an inherent beauty in weathered wood and the worn wrinkles of age.

Wrinkles of Age

Wrinkles of Age


We are reminded that the forces of time and mother nature are strong enough to being down once proud structures.
Barn in Demise

Barn in Demise


And even crafted metals fall prey to the persistent march of time.
Downspout

Downspout


Faucet

Faucet


Nature wins even against the most permanent of structures.
Cobblestone

Cobblestone


In capturing these images, Pat and I both had a sense of sorrow mixed with wonder and questions about what was and what might have been,
Going and Gone

Going and Gone


Vines Win

Vines Win


In these images, there is a beauty that new freshness can never know. Yes, there is a sense of loss, but let’s live boldly and enjoy the life we have because there is nothing we can do to make time
Stop

Stop

5 Comments on ““It’s Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature”

  1. Bang to rights! Nothing, but nothing we can do….Tempus will still Fugit! And I have developed a 5 year plan to do things while I still (hopefully) can….

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