As i continue to work through images from my late November visit to Nova Scotia one thing keeps presenting itself again and again...the amount of life still to be found in the surrounding countryside through this supposed dying season. Beyond the expected evergreen of fir, spruce and pine, green living things still peek out from behind frost covered leaves, beautiful in their deathly hues of golden browns and reds. Here and there flowers are still in bloom, defying the cold and frost. And where life is not quite so obvious it can be found going underground, into a state of hibernation, preparing for the long, dark winter ahead only to sprout and bloom again come spring. The cycles of life are eternal. Death is only the illusion which feeds rebirth.
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