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September 8, 2013 / Fantelius

Life’s Tuff

At the base of a cracked foundation, a baby tree has conquered the poorest conditions and now spreads its tiny branches in preparation for a period of cold and darkness.
A bit of steel to its right looks enviously at the little tree’s powerful possibilities. To the left of the tree lies an abandoned pencil, a traditional tool of communication cast aside.

The tree looks fragile, but she owns the power of life. She has no fear of mighty foundations, unbending steel and abandoned traditions.



“The wise person is full of doubt quite a bit.
The fool is quite sure and sure full of it.”
Dartwill Aquila

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