Linked by the flat Earth, roots and trails overlap beneath, but their individual identity is separated by air.
The higher the climb, the more intrepid the journey for quality water to make its way along internal channels, but it is driven to travel ceaselessly and fulfil its promise to create a new land.
This is what an enclosed “upside down waterfall” brings – the most tender shoots, who will await for the birdsong and blossom.
A land whose purpose it is to reach the sky.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/landscape