Slowly but surely this railway track is taken over by nature.. great reminder of the impermanence of things we tend to see as permanent. If only we would be aware of all the time and effort it costs us to maintain our human world, we would be much more at ease to let things be and to let things go..


3 responses to “Dissolution

  1. A very intelligent former compatriot of me names Heraklit once wrote: Πάντα χωρεῖ καὶ οὐδὲν μένει which means “evrything is moving aways and nothing stays”. I think it is very comforting that nature will take-over again after mankind, Pieter. Have a nice day, kind regards Mitza

    • I agree Mitza! Perhaps one day we’ll make a ‘modern return’ to nature.. i think it’s not too late for us to change, but we might need a little shaking up and waking up before that will happen. And who knows what will come after humanity.. interesting question 🙂

      ps. was a bit busy, so that’s why you get this late reply 😉

      • Everything that comes after us might be better for the world, maybe it could recover without us some day.
        Good that you are busy, Pieter. Have a nice day, regards Mitza

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