- the ability to endure an unpleasant or difficult process or situation without giving way.
- the capacity of something to last or to withstand wear and tear.
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These two trees in a nearby field endure the different weathers of winter, spring, summer and autumn, year after year, often for hundreds of years. You have to admire their strength.
35 thoughts on “Strength in Endurance”
Great idea, Jude! It’s a perfect symbol for the theme and a lovely tribute to nature through all times. It’s worth a frame, Siri and Selma say, sending you lots of fayriedust and best wishes from all four of us,
Many thanks Dina – nice to have you and the girls back (and the Master of course 😉 )
I have another fayrie for the girls – look out for it 🙂
A great interpretation of both strength and endurance!! 🙂
What a wonderful take on the challenge this is Jude, I absolutely love it, so unique, well done 🙂 xx
Love how the character of the trees comes through, from bony skeletons to full out leafy bloom. Enduring seasonal changes….
I love the bony skeletons when you can see the structure – must get out and take some more winter trees this year.
Lovely shots!!! Wonderful words…Trees reflect truth of nature…
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