In response to WP Weekly Photo Challenge – Scale.


Transient Moments

Every time I go to the mountains I am somehow pulled towards these seemingly insignificant water streams. I could almost say that the sound of undisturbed nature is incomplete without that murmur of rushing waters.

Once in a while, it stares you in the face, the enormous strength and consequences of something apparently so small cannot be denied or ignored. Bit by bit, over what seems an eternity, water droplets have carved their way through impenetrable walls.

There’s nothing else to be done other than admire the force of repetitive transient, apparently insignificant moments.

Fleeting instants and unexpected people walk into our lives and leave it just as fast, like water streams… They occasionally leave indelible marks, the consequences of which we only notice much later. Once we do, we need to accept that nothing can ever be the same.

Split-Second Story (Weekly Photo Challenge)

For this week’s challenge, we want you to become a documentary photographer and attempt to capture a candid moment of a person, place, or thing (Weekly Photo Challenge). 


One split-second and one wrong step and we’re going to end up knee deep in mud, like Mrs. Piggy over there. Hmm… I don’t think it’s the right time or place for a mud wrap; nor do I think dirt as a second skin of dirt is too becoming, so perhaps I should tread carefully if I want to see more of this place where you cannot tell land from water! Well, at least Mr. and Mrs. Piggy don’t mind unexpected visitors 🙂