Yes, plants can thrive in the strangest places.Hubby and I are going to do our train ride into the foothills for our Thanksgiving dinner again this year. Most relaxing.Have a fabulous weekend. Big hug to you both and lots of scritches for Miss Lucy. ♥♥♥
I feel we have to be that way in the world climate now.
Nature sets her own rules - look at the trees that grow through the sidewalks in big cities. Who'd ever think that trees can dislocate concrete and asphalt at ease...Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
On this planet anyway, life will always find a way.
we should all be like plants! You have a great weekend too!
Reminds me of the poem by Tennyson "Flower in the cranny wall..."
I love to see plants growing in odd places!
In my home province of Newfoundland, plants growing in rocky areas is not uncommon. My province's rugged beauty always leaves me in awe.PS I agree with Caren. We should all try to thrive, no matter what our circumstances.
Delightful shots ~ amazing how nature thrives ~ Wishing you a gentle weekend ~ ^_^
Give them any possibility at all, and seeds will sprout!
Wonderful shadow shots.
Happy Thanksgiving to you!
Yes, it is amazing, isn't it? Against all odds.
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