Patchwork

Your dictionary.com defines patchwork as

  1. anything formed of irregular, incongruous, odd, or miscellaneous parts; jumble
  2. a quilt or other covering made of patches of cloth, etc. sewn together at their edges
  3. any design or surface like this
Patchwork

When we are young, we think life will be like a supo: one fabric, one weave, one grand design. But in truth, life turns out to be more like the patchwork cloths-bits and pieces, odds and ends-people, places, things we never expected, never wanted, perhaps     Alan Brennert

Patchwork

We are all patchwork, and so shapeless and diverse in composition that each bit, each moment, plays its own game      Michel de Montaign

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Nature's Patchwork

Nature’s Patchwork

Nature's Patchwork

This post is in response to Travel with intent Photography challenge – patchwork by Debbie,check their lovely blog for more inspiration. OWS– One Word Sunday

Thank you Debbie.

Thank you. Namaste  🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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