in the aftermath.
In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.
We were in Waterton National Park last fall and left the day before the park was closed due to a rapidly approaching forest fire that ultimately burned over 47,500 acres.
This summer upon my return I was pleased to see the resilience of nature. Bright bits of green and wildflowers brightened the scarred landscape and all around you could see signs of recovery.
Life is about challenge and waiting for a completely clear path is immobilizing. For every obstacle that is removed another will inevitably take its place.
For me this image is a visual reminder that not everything is permanent and that the quality we need to strive for is resilience.
Adaptation in the face of adversity.
2 thoughts on “Resilience…”
Our giant fires of June 2017 brought many reflections on the nature of adversity too. So many positives came out of a dreadful situation. This earth is a wonderful place, and your photograph captures that.
Thank you as always for commenting and sharing parts of your life too!