Defy the concrete

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Sometimes, every view that glances your eyes when you step outside is a scene from a constant battle between Human and Nature.

For The Weekly Photo Challenge – Contrast

~ by Oloriel on June 27, 2014.

17 Responses to “Defy the concrete”

  1. So true.

  2. Good shot!

  3. I wonder how the composition to leveraging the defiance of the living might of formed if taken closer to the horizontal raising it above the manipulated/manufactured rising false fault.

  4. May nature prevail πŸ™‚

  5. […] Color me in Cyanide and CherryDefy the concrete […]

  6. Yes. The human constructions can constrict nature but can never stop it. Powerful statement and a beautiful photograph… I love how that tiny one is growing. πŸ™‚

    • I agree with you and am happy about it. What you said reminds me of each time I saw a dandelion sprout from the middle of the sidewalk or those fabulous pictures of abandoned houses the nature is completely engulfing to reclaim.

  7. I appreciate the rebellious spirit of plants bursting up through concrete. I always say “you go, little plant!”
    Kind thanks for your visit to The Netherworld.

  8. and there poking up between the cracks.!!

  9. so true!! LOVE the capture and the title, defy the concrete…

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