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Streams as anti-structure 🏞️

Photo by Wells Baum

The structure of a stream lies within its anti-structure, the unpredictable and chaotic movement of its flow; fresh water slithering over rocks, persisting downward all the way into the mouth of the river.

Streams can only perform their function if nature permits such fluidity, the human renter backs off, and it swims unimpeded; flexing a dynamic energy so essential to the information Earth collects.

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Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of four books.

8 replies on “Streams as anti-structure 🏞️”

I love images with texture — I think black/white is the best for bringing it out. Thx so much for the comment.

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