In Words To Devastation


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In Words To Devastation

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Municipality: Bärschwil
District: Thierstein
Canton: Solothurn
Country: Switzerland
On tree: Turkey tail (Trametes versicolor)
Season: Winter
Month: January
Mood: Hopeful and optimistic
Colours: Brown, orange, white
Depiction: In winter’s January, polypores display themselves on dead wood, bursting with textures. The resilient mushrooms thrive on lifeless wood and also show a vibrant outside. With shades of brown, orange, and white, they infuse the dormant wood with life.
Beautiful and unique stand the mushroom forms. In the winter scene, their rounded shapes and intricate layers shine. The vivid colours of the polypores stand out against the muted tones of the wood. A visual symphony captures nature’s toughness in the colder months.
On the bark, the mushrooms can express their vibrant personalities. A dynamic backdrop with its deep furrows enhances the visual composition. In Words To Devastation weaves a tale of colour and life amidst January’s dormancy.

Amongst dead wood with mushrooms to behold,
In words to devastation, they unfold.
Different shades of brown, orange, and white,
The forest shows its opulence with delight.

On lifeless remnants, they choose to reside,
Infusing vibrant tones where hope has died.
A symphony of colours, rich and bright,
Words to devastation, offering respite.

Caps like rainbows, a kaleidoscope’s glow,
In the morbid gloom, they decide to grow.
With each passing moment, and night, and day,
A proof of life’s tenacity in its way.

Amidst decay, they flourish in vigour,
Rebelling against odds despite rigour.
In words to devastation, they craft art,
A stirring reminder of nature’s true heart.

In the cycle of life, they play their part,
Breaking down dead stuff triggers a restart.
Poise speaks volumes, quiet exclamation,
Words of ruin, colourful transformation.

With these grand mushrooms, pay heed to their stand,
To comprehend the message they have planned.
Even in darkness, life can still survive,
Words of devastation, hope remains alive.

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Canson Arches Aquarelle Rag, Aluminium Dibond


20×30 cm, 40×60 cm, 60×90 cm, 80×120 cm


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