Luke McGuff (holyoutlaw) wrote,
Luke McGuff
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A Classic Picture

What first attracted me to North Beach Park was the trash in amongst the weeds. This bucket was uncovered during the June work party. That’s an ivy root rising out of the bucket.

The tree the ivy rose towards was so covered in ivy the little area looked like a jungle. Now it’s much more open and pretty.

Nature Intrudes

This picture encapsulates the idea of “Nature Intrudes.” Nature will break through, not always in ways that humans like or judge as pretty. But it will break through.

Mirrored from Nature Intrudes. Please comment over there.

Tags: ivy, north beach park, parks, photography, seattle, seattle parks, trash, urban forest, urban restoration
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