the viscous flow of time

Kyōtō. Water molecules collect after the storm and hang to the side of a tree on a hot and humid monday afternoon. Some of the same water that has hung in the same area during a previous cycle of rain many years ago, perhaps. Time for us humans moves fast, and from our vantage point,  it appears that the rain and the trees are quite content just being sill.


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