Time

February 14, 2017

BW photograph of a rusted hasp and padlock on worn doors.

Copyright 2017 Kevin P. Mick Photography. All rights reserved.

Everything gets old…

BW photograph of a tree in front of a building with a broken window and vines creeping up one side.

Copyright 2017 Kevin P. Mick Photography. All rights reserved.

it just has to be around long enough.

BW photograph of a section of tree trunk against some rocks with a large crack.

Copyright 2017 Kevin P. Mick Photography. All rights reserved.

What was once upright, strong, and sturdy…

BW photograph of a decomposing tree laying among some leaves.

Copyright 2017 Kevin P. Mick Photography. All rights reserved.

Eventually returns to from whence it came.

Aging is, of course, one measure of time.  In a few weeks, it will be Daylight Savings Time for those parts of the world that engage in such.  It is fascinating that humans have created structures (think Big Ben in London) and social institutions (the work week), not to mention Valentine’s Day, by which to measure this ephemeral concept.  While most have been taught that humans have five senses (hearing, taste, touch, sight, and smell), this is now considered to be quite an elementary manner by which to categorize a more complex subject.

What about our sense of time?  This is an intriguing look at the subject and is highly recommended.

Take care.

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