Change before you have to-Jack Welch

This time John Steiner of Journeys with Johnbo hosting Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #185 and he has selected ‘CHANGE’ as the theme.

He says

“Given that change is inevitable, for this week’s challenge consider change as it applies to you.

Maybe it’s the changes in your family over the years, the change of seasons in your favourite park, or even the change in the technology of your camera equipment.

In short, what does “change” mean to you?”

We all experience ‘change’ in our lives.

“Men Marry Women with the Hope They Will Never Change. Women Marry Men with the Hope They Will Change” H. M. Harwood and R. Gore-Browne

The change in our lives can be from the smallest to the biggest.

The results can vary from happiness or sadness.

While we all love to ‘enjoy’ the happiness part, we dread to experience the sadness part.

The only ‘change’ we all hate is witnessing the death of a loved one.

Do you know the funny aspect of our dear life?

“Just when I think I have learned the way to live, life changes” Hugh Prather

My choice

I have chosen a tree with a height of 40 feet (12 meters), dwarfing other nearby trees.

This tree, I see every day, and I notice the tree changing completely twice a year, One time going totally bald and other time becoming lush green.

Difficult times

“Tough times never last, but tough people do” Robert Schuller


Better times

“The bad times make the good times better” Frankie Ballard

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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This post is part of John Steiner’s LAPC #185 CHANGE photo challenge

12 thoughts on “Change before you have to-Jack Welch

  1. I’ve often thought to choose a tree or even a landscape and to photograph it in each of the 4 seasons, but I’ve never done it. Good for you for capturing your specific subject in its extreme differences Philo! Excellent choice for the week. Enjoyed your quotes this week as well.

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