“True life is lived when tiny changes occur.”- Leo Tolstoy.
The ocean is made up of tiny drops of water. Even the tiny drops of rain can bring flood in the land. So, the tiny thing has a great value as it always makes something big. This week, the theme of Word Press Weekly Photo-Challenge is “Tiny“. And here is my entry for this challenge.
The Pollens are tiny. But, the pollination creates the generations. Hibiscus can self-pollinate. The pollens from the stamen or the male part of the flower can pollinate the ovules in the stigma pads of the pistil, the female part of the same flower. As a result, a seed pod is developed inside the flower. The pod releases about a dozen of seeds after its maturation.
The dragonfly has a tiny and narrow body. The particular shapes of the body help them to be a strong and a good flyer. It can fly up to 36miles/hour.
The leaf is tiny and dried. It loses its importance in the tree but not in the ecosystem.
The shapes cannot determine the importance of things in life and the world. The series of small things make the things great. Hope, my entry is enough to appreciate the small things in life and the theme Tiny of this week’s photo-challenge, hosted by Daily Post.