Weekly Photo Challenge : Growth

“Once you hit rock bottom, that’s where you perfectly stand; That’s your chance of restarting, but restarting the right way.” 
― Justin Kanayurak


About the photo –
Clicked by Nexus 6P phone (and edited by Snapseed App), on my trip to Chattanooga, Tennessee at the Ruby Falls – this photo, for me, highlights the process of “GROWTH.”
Depicted here in the photo is – a Stalactite (which is – an icicle-shaped formation that hangs from the ceiling of a cave, and is produced by precipitation of minerals from water dripping through the cave ceiling) and a Stalagmite (which is – an upward-growing mound of mineral deposits that have precipitated from water dripping onto the floor of a cave) – growing, drop by drop, over a million of years to form a Column, overcoming any challenges and distress thrown at them.
Resilient, irrepressible and effervescent – these so-called “rock formations” in the middle of no-where, braving through hardships and experiencing testing times, are a perfect reminder to us – to never Give Up Growing!
When you don’t wait for a perfect environment, but en-cash on the worst that the life throws at you – Growth is inevitable!

Weekly Photo Challenge : Growth



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  1. Ha! I’ve been to Ruby Falls before. If you like caves, you should come up to our neck of the woods to Mammoth Cave. Cool shot, by the way. 😃

    1. Ooo.. I just looked up “Mammoth Cave National Park” on Google.. Seems quite doable! Hopefully, when the weather gets a little better! 👍
      Thank you so much! I am still learning the tricks of taking that perfect shot!😀

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