Afar, a thin lichen blotched steeple, knapsack brown with badges of green. Ahead, a blackthorn hedge cleaved near the root by billhook and determination; muscled over, sloping branches, silhouetted like nature’s tally-marks. 96 more words
This photo is in response to the Daily Post Photo Challenge. Living in China, one gets to see a lot of symmetrical architecture. My eye usually catches the asymmetry of things, so this was a challenge, to see the beauty in stark neatness.