On the outside, a dissolving Yucca landscape is totally fascinating, on the inside, curiousity beckons for what one can not know.
Looking just like a mammal bone, a hard tubular, tightly bound fibrous structure is very highly porous, with dark ravines impossible to determine. But an old split grass, now just a colourless shaving, floats just above at the right time to impart a ghost’s passing wisdom at the right place. As a white gloved hand, it navigates with fore-fingered direction to the water blackened danger zone.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/landscape