Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

Weekly Photo Challenge is hosted by The Daily Post,
where we publish a new post with a photo interpreting the weekly theme..

Trees of Steel

This week’s theme is:


What does the word “intricate” mean to you? It could be the deep, fibrous bark on the ancient oak tree in your yard. Maybe it’s the robin’s nest under construction near your window — that ornithological engineering marvel of mud and twigs. It could be the treasured piece of needlepoint your grandmother crafted, or maybe a drawing you made. It could be the leaves falling from trees in the Southern Hemisphere — the wind arranging them just so on your lawn.

You see how intricate the branches were woven to make like a canopy?
These trees are so cool! This is called The Trees, steel sculpture by Renato Paz Contreras
at the Burgos Circle Fort Bonifacio in the Philippines.

Advice from a Tree
-Stand tall and proud
-Go out on a limb
-Remember your roots
-Drink plenty of water
-Be content with your natural beauty
-Enjoy the view


2 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

  1. Beautiful sculpture. It looks amazing and like a lot of work has been put into making it this way. Love the Tree advice too – that’s so true! Trees are certainly very wise 🙂 I suppose I’d also add that trees aren’t afraid of falling and growing again. When seasons change and autumn comes around, leaves fall to the ground and die…yet they always grow back again 🙂

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