Life Finds A Way
One of the best lines from the Jurassic Park movies is probably “life finds a way”.
On an adventure to Zion National Park, my wife and I took one unique hiking trail. You may have heard of it and know it by The Narrows.
The Narrows was a unique hike for me because I never in my life hiked up a flowing water stream. It was definitely an experience worth having. The hike wasn’t too difficult but at the same time had its challenges. One of the challenges was not to fall into the water while filming and carrying my photography equipment.
Hiking in such different environment clearly opens your mind and blows you away. You realize how powerful and willing Mother Nature really is. She will carve paths using flowing water, shake the earth to allow nutrients and minerals to keep on cycling to the surface, make it rain so every living thing will have a chance in absorbing water and so much more.
Deeper in the trail we found many inspiring sights that made for beautiful images. Not only on the surface in front of us but above us as well.
You follow my stories you know my image titles Always Look Back, which simply mean you need to open your horizons and look everywhere. I always follow that tip. That’s one of the things that separates me from other photographers.
So, while at The Narrows it was obvious for me to look up the canyon walls. That’s when I discovered a beautiful healthy tree growing where it really shouldn’t. Of course I have no right to claim such thing. Maybe that’s exactly where it should grow. It was greener than most other trees. It almost felt as if the tree was smiling because it’s on top of the world and no one can harm it.
Its happiness was one of the reasons I captured this image. The other reasons are a little more obvious, you know, to document the improbable, to document the adventure and of course because it was esthetically pleasing and simply a beautiful composition, to my taste.
What I really hope is that I was able to show you that no matter what, life finds a way.
Edition Number: 1/10″
Paper size: 54″ x 36
Print size: 50″ x 32″
Paper: Archival Luster photographic paper
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