Tiny Forces Of Nature

Tiny forces of nature like these little purple-yellow flowers are everywhere.

Tiny forces of nature are everywhere if we care to look for them.

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Forces of Nature.”

Tiny forces of nature are everywhere we look, like this teeny flower is emerging from a crack in mortar. That crack is another example of mother nature’s force showing its power using water and the Winter cold to separate or break man-made mortar.

The little clump of purple-yellow flowers are the result of propagation of plant seeds that float through air currents dropping down helter-skelter sometimes finding fertile ground like what appears the case here.

7 responses

  1. Isn’t it wonderful (usually) how plants can grow almost anywhere? People should always be as resilient.


    1. mtltechwriter

      This teenybopper was a totally unexpected yet wonderful to behold. Thank you for your nice comment.

  2. Such beautiful representation of mother nature growing where they are planted. Beautiful imagery.

    1. mtltechwriter

      It truly is a wonderful thing. Thank you for your nice commment!

      1. You see, these are the little things that I look for how powerful truly life can be and you have captured it.

      2. mtltechwriter

        Thank you for your keen observation I appreciate it!

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