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Friend (22) – Small vegetation / 朋友- 小植物


We often stop by the road, and notice small little plants piercing their way out from crack line or slit of wall.
The small vegetation can operate in a small corner of the sky, with a feeble body, in a harsh environment.  The struggling spirit is respectable.
We feel this resilient power in countless people.  As there is no overnight success, just like swaying from a bumpy sea, the myth of achievement often emerged from diligence and spirit of hard work.
While we look around in all places, we see people, especially the blue collar workers; day in, day out, they are able to work under harsh environment, at long hauls.  This proves that the small plant is not diminutive at all, as it has an attitude that is bigger than life itself!





Author: Sydney Fong

Hi, I am Sydney, a Singaporean. Making a living as an Architectural Illustrator, 3d product designer and visionary. My blog entails categories of my interest, joy, upheaval of life and its destiny. Every post has its own characteristic. It conveys a story of its own, and the life of its owner.

29 thoughts on “Friend (22) – Small vegetation / 朋友- 小植物

  1. A lovely and important sentiment. Thank you for this post!

  2. superb!!
    thankx for visiting mine…
    saw ur likes on all most every post on my blog, I am overwhelmed.
    take care


  3. so cool to bring to light things green

  4. amazing resilience to grow amidst concrete, (same applies to a farm girl in the corporate jungle) :)

  5. Thank you for your poetic post. It is lovely.

  6. rightly takes a lot of effort to achieve that kind of a resilience..

  7. To borrow a phrase from the movie Jurassic Park , “life finds a way ” . Very nice post !

  8. Yes! Putting our attention on so-called “insignificant” aspects of this One Life! Thank you!

  9. A great story. I am always amazed when you see plant life growing through a crack in the sidewalk or through rocks. An amazing will to live!

  10. Beautifully expressed and with tremendous meaning. Thank you for sharing.

  11. the images remind me of tupac shakur’s poem “the rose that grew from concrete.” great pictures!

  12. 谢谢您, thank you for the like on my post, this post is simply beautiful, the pictures and your words, I’ll be back!

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