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The Daily Post: Weight(less)

Directive:  Show us the effects of gravity in your photo this week.

I have a few examples of the ‘effects of gravity’ for this week’s prompt.

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The wind blowing off this drift, lets the snow defy ‘gravity’

Last year we had a huge amount of snow; this is a six foot high drift where the property meets the road. I was lucky to capture the wind. The snow here defies ‘gravity’; flying up rather than falling down.

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This big heron seems ‘weightless’ when he flies

This pretty heron could look my husband in the eye; but when he took off to fly away, he was so very graceful and looked almost ‘weightless’.

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Time & gravity – showing the ultimate decay

Time & ‘gravity’ have ravaged this poor building; until it could no longer stand.

I just couldn’t pick one photo this week.  Which is your favorite?

Thank you for visiting; until next time, Connie 🙂

Weight(less)

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I am living my dream life in the country! I love photography, travelling, cooking, baking and I even try my hand at quilting.

13 thoughts on “The Daily Post: Weight(less)

  1. Tough choice, but I have to go with the house, having an aesthetic proclivity to ruins and decay of human structures. Don’t know if that is a healthy proclivity, but it is what it is.

      1. yes i think you have hit on a facet of the attraction i hadn’t really thought about — the slow motion. There is a difference between your building (pulled under by the conditions of nature) and a building hit by a missile during a war.

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