Weekly Photo Challenge: Change; a Post Script

I had originally intended to post this last night, but in a moment of Friday night needing to get out of the box, posted something a little different.  Now in the light of Saturday morning, we continue with our regularly scheduled programming .

Seasonal changes in the fields in the community where I live are a constant reminder of  change


When I hear the drone of the tractor,  I know change is happening out there


Beauty is plowed under, the field made ready


The barren field prepares for change


Here we go again


Beauty, seeming emptiness, fruitfulness,  emptiness, a return to beauty


Change is cyclical, leading to growth and beauty.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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34 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Change; a Post Script

  1. Imelda says:

    I think that this is a pretty exciting change – from bare ground to one teeming with life. 🙂


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  4. The circles of life – beautiful photos too, Angeline!


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  6. Madhu says:

    Great shots of change that holds promise! Mine was more pessimistic 🙂


  7. ChgoJohn says:

    A beautiful set of photos, Angeline. Yes, many sights show change is in the air but, as you noted, there are sounds indicating that change is here. The tractors, the songbirds’ return, thunder. Change is all around.


  8. Spring’s blooms bursting with life and vibrance. Fun, fun, fun!


  9. Amy says:

    “… leading to growth beauty.” a wonderful way to perceive change. Thank you, Angeline!


  10. To every season … what change could be more meaningful to our lives than that which occurs in planted fields? Lovely.


  11. Ummm – yes, the beautiful cycle (though I must say the yellow of a mustard seed field is more appealing than the ripening corn, no matter how much more useful it is!). 🙂


    • Angeline M says:

      I so agree abut the mustard, but I think it would dry out of its own accord if not plowed.


      • You’re right, of course. That made me think of Mum and pruning the rose bush she insisted on growing in the semi-tropics. We would agree it was looking spindly and in need of a good prune and a rest and she’d say “as soon as it’s finished flowering” and of course it’d never stop flowering and months would go by and the rose bush got more and more straggly and ugly, but still bearing a flower or two she couldn’t bear to cut it down …


      • Angeline M says:

        You’ve made me laugh ( and almost cry) with this story. I think your Mum and I would have been good friends. It’s taken me a lot of years to let go of a plant. Now I just tell it I’m sending it back to its source as I put it into the recycle bin.


  12. The maize field made my heart very warm, having grown up a farm!


  13. How lovely the photos and words. 🙂


  14. fgassette says:

    Love seeing this kind of change. It has a purpose that reaps benefits. Thanks for sharing.



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