WPC: Transient


Scene. The sun will disappear in minutes, the crowd will disperse thereafter, and that bird will be gone way before any of that happens… 

People. Moving constantly, no place is home. Here today, gone tomorrow.

Weather. The dark clouds over the small town will be gone after the rain.

Weekly Photo Challenge – Evanescent

The cherry blossoms are perhaps the most anticipated event in Washington D.C. It’s hard to know with precision when they’ll bloom and how long they’ll last. Strong winds, rain, and other weather conditions can make them disappear very quickly. The entire blooming period can last up to 14 days, including the days leading up to peak bloom, but it can also come and go very quickly, that’s why I call it Evanescent.