A frog, in the frog’s world, wonders if it’s the only creature left to witness the new creation post the destruction.
The skeleton of the wood looked to me like a monkey mother carrying her child through the waters polluted by nuclear waste heading towards the unknown looking for a cleaner living.
The dead wood signifies a happy dance in anticipation of a larger and a safer world that’s to come.
When the nature was at peace at that twilight hour, the beautiful reflection of the twigs shot from different angles, is way of expressing my state of mind, which was cluttered with various thoughts.
The beautiful play of light and shadow for me symbolizes Hope – A Hope for a peaceful tomorrow
Only this time the oceans churn themselves to rid themselves of the toxic wastes the humans have inflicted them with.
This picture reminds me of the famous quote by Yehuda Bauer “Thou shalt not be a victim, thou shalt not be a perpetrator, but, above all, thou shalt not be a bystander”.
Leon Schgrin, a Holocaust survivor once said “What I want you to take away from my life story is just how important it is to defend your freedom, at all costs. Experience has shown me that if you lose your freedom, you are condemned to fail.”
The mother stork tells her babies that “Uncertainty is the only certainty there is, and knowing how to live with insecurity is the only security”
When the green is totally extent from the nuclear war dead wood only replace the flower position.
This picture made me think of the lives lost during the holocaust and the soldiers who fought without any weapon, ammunition and without any hope and who willingly sacrificed their lives. May their sacrifices not go in vain, may we fight for a holocaust free future.
The piece of wood symbolizes a wild boar, that’s lost and stranded in a place struck by a nuclear catastrophe and grieves for its lost companion.
After leaving all the subordinate creature the bird if flying without knowing the future destination closing with water below the surface.