Impermanence Illuminated

Spring

Brief. August. Fragile.

Soon to be cut away by autumn’s scythe, hidden momentarily beneath the curved and rolling horizon.

This fleeting moment—captured and displayed and made tangible—robs death of its annual conquest.

A pleasant reminder of the importance of the now, of our shared transience, of our eventual and communal oblivion.

 Photograph and prose copyright Mike Yost 2016

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful image. I’m surprised how well this works in b&w.

    1. Thanks! B&W has a habit of surprising me often.

      1. Mike you’re welcome. Also thank you for following my blog.

  2. AndreaVL says:

    Mike, I really love your photography! I’m so glad that you found my blog as it allowed me to discover your work. Cheers 😀

    1. I love your work as well, as you have a knack for capturing narratives with your camera. Thanks for sharing your art!

      1. AndreaVL says:

        Awww, cheers Mike…your kind words mean a lot 😀

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