Sunday, June 17, 2007

Graffiti Flora

Graffiti Flora


I delight in transient things. Recording what will soon disappear seems like saving bits of time. Here, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, we have graffiti on a temporary wall with a vegetation chaser. Nature and creativity tend to always find a way to thrive, if for only fleeting moments.

We, ourselves, are transients. Our hopes and plans and loves--our very lives--all have their time limits. So, let's enjoy the transient things in the "stop and smell the roses" kind of way. Enjoy or miss out...

Happy Father's Day!


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4 comments:

Sandy Carlson said...

I'm with you on this one, as usual! I enjoy the color, the curls, and the whimsical face in this graffiti. The weeds and the art show it doesn't take beauty long to reclaim our world! Happy BYBS!

Janie Hickok Siess, Esq. said...

Wonderful photo and observations!

Hope you have a great Father's Day!

I am blessed to have a Guest Author today, so hope you'll stop by and read his article: http://www.jhsiess.com/2007/06/recovering-what-i-believe.html

• Eliane • said...

I love how you capture those grafiti. The colors in this one are gorgeous. Nice commentary too.

Happy Father's Day!

CyberCelt said...

I love this! We are transients, trespassers on the Earth. May we be gone before we destroy the beauty that remains.

Happy Father's Day.