It has always amazed me how weeds and grass can be found growing in extreme harsh and stark environments. And whenever I see this happening it makes me wonder – why is it so hard to keep the yard at my home growing green and thick. What do these patches of weeds and grass have in their DNA that my yard doesn’t? And why hasn’t someone figured out how to clone their unique strength to grow against all odds. But today the odds became even more staggering, when not only did I find a patch of green sprouting inside asphalt and concrete, but also growing into the shape of a bird. Enjoy.
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Bird-a-day number 365December 31st, 2012
Today marks the big day. Today makes one full year of creating art every single day. Wow! What a blast.
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