‘ped’es’train’ … abstract street photography
Nikon D750 f/7.1 1/500s 85mm

-ped a combining form with the meaning “having a foot” of the kind specified by the initial element:

Hop on over to Debbie’s (Travel with Intent) to join Six Word Saturday

ORIGIN OF -PED

< Latin -ped-, stem of -pēs -footed, adj. derivative of pēs foot

As I was reviewing old files, I saw that my obsession with dandelions and meadow salsify began during the smumer of 2015.

Dandelions and meadow salsify are members of the Asteraceae family which include daisies, chrysanthemums, sunflowers, asters, dahlias, zinnias, cosmos, common burdock, artichoke and straw flowers.

“…talking to you, God. Is that all right? With the passing of people, I feel a growing need to speak to You alone. I love people terribly, because in every human being I love something of You. And I seek You everywhere in them and often do find something of You. But now I need so much patience, patience and thought, and things will be very difficult. …”

~Trans: Arno Pomerans Hillesum, E. An Interrupted Life p. 16

Image and quote submitted in response to Travel with Intent’s Six Word Challenge.