Always vigilant, a tiny solitary Seuss-like tree stands alone in a vast never-ending grey.   Although isolated, it is not joyless.  For it knows its purpose – to add form and shape to the eternal void.  And so it abides.

“The soul which has no fixed purpose in life is lost; to be everywhere, is to be nowhere.” 
–Michel de Montaigne 

Day 292 of my 365 photo a day project.



This tiny “tree” is actually a piece of an old dead climbing vine from just outside our front door.  Shot on a white canvas backdrop with my 50mm lens and one light placed high to camera left.

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