Impermanence I

This unusual scene originating near Bar Harbor in Acadia National Park gives new meaning to the phrase, “tree-hugger.” The love between tree and rock is destined to be a temporary affair; as the tree grapples the rock in its crushing grip, the stone strives to endure and await the tree’s ultimate demise.

The impermanent relationship here has drawn me off on a tangent from my previous study of Permanence. I’ve got a few more in progress following this theme, so stay tuned.

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