This week’s challenge is Twisted. My fellow blogger Susan Goffe has given a marvelous example, of the “love bush.” There are indeed many examples in nature. Also, I think, the twists and turns of discussions, deliberations…and the “curve balls” life sometimes throws you.
A twisted tangle of branches above, in a Kingston garden.
Now, let’s see… Professor Wendel Abel tries to figure out a tricky question during a recent dialogue organised by the Women’s Resource and Outreach Centre (WROC) with church members and other stakeholders. The topic was abortion. And that can take many twists and turns!
This is man-made twisting… There are old methods of hedging in England that is, perhaps, more like weaving…
This is a lovely twisted tree in Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth – the home of the Calabash Literary Festival (which is coming up soon – June 1 – 3).
Small waterfalls take twists and turns down the rock face, in north Cornwall.
Ballet dancers can twist their bodies… like these from the Dance Theatre of Harlem, who visited Jamaica a few years ago.
Twisted roots, England.
Life takes unexpected twists and turns… Activist Damien Williams (left) speaks at the launch of his book “Grab You Some Lemons.”
Birds twist their materials into a nest. Here is the wonderful sight of an osprey’s nest at Goat Islands.