That Which Does Not Kill Me Postpones The Inevitable.

1 05 2009

That Which Does Not Kill Me Postpones The Inevitable. 1

That Which Does Not Kill Me Postpones The Inevitable. 2

That Which Does Not Kill Me Postpones The Inevitable 3

This tree at Ocean Beach is really unique. I’ve heard friends say that they’ve seen The Faces of Hell in it. The poor guy has definitely lived a haggard life. Ocean Beach will eat cars and fire hydrants alive and it will brutally torture some selective coast side plants. I’m not quite sure how to interpret that.

Some days I think this tree represents endurance and strength of will. Semper Fi shit.

Other days I see it as a consensual long-term BDSM relationship between elemental forces.

Sometimes you feel like a nut and sometimes you don’t.

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