I wish the tree could have been left to live out its long life. My heart pains seeing this tree like this.
This highlights the folly of man. We never take care of the beautiful environment nature has given us.
I hope whoever chopped down the tree planted two more. This is so sad.
The tree probably took decades to get this big. Only for it to be cut down in a few minutes. So very sad.
It’s sad what man sometimes does to the environment. I weep for this poor tree.
We should live life to the fullest. And enjoy the good times and bad times.
The tree sure has seen its share of good times. Too bad it had to be cut down.
Like a phoenix from the ashes, this tree will rise again. Such is the resilience of nature.
The black and white edit is impressive. I wish I could see the colored version too.
This tree will grow again. It still has the roots intact.
Another tree victim to deforestation. I weep for our environment.
I like that title. It’s very symbolic of what has happened to the tree.
It’s true, nothing in this life is static.. but I’m glad that bad things doesn’t last for ever either
I an sure this tree already had it’s own good time when it produces sweet fruits to people. Memories are what last
So much history is buried on this trunk. Both good and bad memories.
Although good times don’t stay forever, but their memories do. We carry them with us wherever.
It seems the tree was cut at it’s prime. The only thing that’s left of goig times is the memories we had.
This photo gives a story to tell. Yes good times never stay forever. We will remember the memories that kept in the heart.
You are right, the good time will never stay, they stay as memorable times. Lovely effect, black and white is my thing
The good times are life different chapters. This is a reasonable photograph for the wise.
I agree with this phrase, the good never lasts, for me it is sad to see that tree cut down by human hands, because that tree is a provider of multiple benefits more than the man himself.
However good something might be, it will pass. Memories are always with us.
This photo is very expressive. I feel so sad for this tree and wish it was there.
Your title hit right home. Good times run faster than bad times and I wonder why. Food for thought!
This photo speaks so much. So sad that this tree stands so lively before and now nothing left but the remebrance of how cruel people are to cut trees without cosidering the animals that became homeless because of their actions.
We are all going to die. We need to cherish whatever we have, no matter how small it is.