Yggdrasil - World Tree Picture

In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil ("The Terrible One's Horse"), also called the World Tree, is the giant ash tree that links and shelters all the worlds. Beneath the three roots the realms of Asgard, Jotunheim, and Niflheim are located. Three wells lie at its base: the Well of Wisdom (Mímisbrunnr), guarded by Mimir; the Well of Fate (Urdarbrunnr), guarded by the Norns; and the Hvergelmir (Roaring Kettle), the source of many rivers.

This is *not* a represention of Yggdrasil, but it makes me think about it...something powerful that erupts with the force of life itself.

Thanks to my friend *ombraluce for having made me notice that

This shot was a x-processed Provia100F Dia roll, stretched to 400 iso and then developed as a normal film, processing it C41 (see [link] ). No digital manipulation here, the shot comes with its real tones
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