Black Water

The cold sea

Changes color

Turns black and white

Waves hitting the shore

Winter and water

Freezes you to the bone

Rugged beauty

Keeps you moving

And makes your

Feet very cold

Finding a way

Through the deep snow

Between the pine trees

It is hard but possible

Metamorfosis

The night is white

Enlighten by the snow

And thousands of lamppost

A cold wind blows

filled with moisture

The clouds travels

Hastily from the west

On the street black shadows passing by

A reminder of the changeable

 

Existens

Sands of Time — Discover

Sometimes another perspective is necessary in order to understand the world. This place reminds me in an awkward way of the far north. Places with only snow and no trees, windy stretches of roads often clogged by snow dunes up to five meters.

 

Photographer James Dee Clayton travels across Morocco, across the tallest dunes of the Sahara Desert.

via Sands of Time — Discover

Pasture

Frozen forests,

Snowy fields

A path non taken

Only by us

Into the hidden

Worlds of the past

Down the ages

A couple of hundred years

Farmers and herders

They like us did not live here

During the winter

We came here to remember

And honor our life in the summer

Wet Snow

A black tired night

Wet snow falling

Filling the ground

With white mud

A mix of everything

Essential in life

The orange gray sky

Of the small city

And the noise of

Cars passing

On the black tarmac

Blind to the miracle

Of changing seasons

And the life in the

Margins of the

Antropocen era

Snowing

The snow arrived

Turning the world white

And fluffy

Filling and hiding

Voids

Creating softness

Mitigating ugly

Places