Weekly Photo Challenge: Wonder

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Weekly Photo Challenge no. 41:

WONDER – isn’t it a wonder, how even tiny things seem to be constructed following a very complicated strategy?

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compare the topics of the other weekly photo challenges:
40 – weekly-photo-challenge-windows – 72 faves
39 – weekly-photo-challenge-hidden – 47 faves
38 – weekly-photo-challenge-opportunity – 34 faves
37 – weekly-photo-challenge-possibility – 41 faves
36 – weekly-photo-challenge-comfort – 25 faves
35 – weekly-photo-challenge-sunset – 28 faves
34 – weekly-photo-challenge-fall – 25 faves
33 – weekly-photo-challenge-faces – 18 faves
32 – weekly-photo-challenge-textured – 40 faves
31 – weekly-photo-challenge-path – 16 faves
30 – weekly-photo-challenge-up – 15 faves
29 – weekly-photo-challenge-flowers – 20 faves
28 – weekly-photo-challenge-entrance – 20 faves
27 – weekly-photo-challenge-mountains – 21 faves
26 – weekly-photo-challenge-broken – 10 faves
25 – weekly-photo-challenge-colorful – 16 faves
24 – weekly-photo-challenge-hot – 9 faves
23 – weekly-photo-challenge-old-fashioned – 29 faves
22 – weekly-photo-challenge-sky – 29 faves
21 – weekly-photo-challenge-refreshing – 30 faves
20 – weekly-photo-challenge-worn – 37 faves
19 – weekly-photo-challenge-morning – 20 faves
18 – weekly-photo-challenge-numbers – 21 faves
17 – weekly-photo-challenge-water – 18 faves
16 – weekly-photo-challenge-tiny – 19 faves
15 – weekly-photo-challenge-red – 21 faves
14 – weekly-photo-challenge-wildlife – 26 faves
13 – weekly-photo-challenge-round – 24 faves
12 – weekly-photo-challenge-one – 21 faves
11 – weekly-photo-challenge-lines – 25 faves
19 – weekly-photo-challenge-old – 13 faves
09 – weekly-photo-challenge-light – 16 faves
08 – weekly-photo-challenge-ocean – 14 faves
07 – weekly-photo-challenge-spring – 9 faves
06 – weekly-photo-challenge-home – 13 faves
05 – weekly-photo-challenge-shadow – 8 faves
04 – weekly-photo-challenge-abundance – 10 faves
03 – weekly-photo-challenge-refuge – 6 faves
02 – weekly-photo-challenge-curiosity – 13 faves
01 – weekly-photo-challenge-boundaries – 10 faves
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49 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Wonder

  1. theWomanAtTheWell

    Awesome!

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  2. wow.. what is it?

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  3. Wonderful detail but so beautifully simple!

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  4. Brandon

    This is one of most beautiful nautilus fossil impressions I’ve seen. http://wp.me/pdJ7S-qd

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  5. It’s a wonderful miniature spiral staircase.

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  6. It’s very beautiful, whatever it is. It looks like a fossilized imprint of a snail.
    Greetings by http://creativityaroused.wordpress.com/2011/11/11/weekly-photo-challenge-wonder/

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  7. Just Beautiful :)

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  11. Nice post. A tiny things have a lot of detail and meanings.

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  12. Very amazing macro shot great post

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  13. Archeology is the most objective science, at least when compared with history (which is a story). Fossils are always enchanting. Around here people can still find gold in rivers, and arrows from antiquity. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Frizztext.

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  14. What a detailed macro image of an intriguing fossil!! I think spirals are among the most fascinating shapes of nature. :)

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  15. Wow! Very cool. I love how it seems to pull you into the photo. Spirals create such motion and energy. : )

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  17. I wonder what it could be.

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  18. I’m sure I’ve read somewhere that there is a mathematical constant for natures construction of every object we know. Great photograph by the way…

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  19. Intersting photo and thought…

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  20. An ammonite! How lovely.

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  22. I wonder: Do you know the approximate size of this fossil?

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  23. frizztext in your picture it looks like a huge hole and you could just walk up steps. Granted they would get to be big steps! It is a wonder and had me wondering so I headed to google. Great macro of a tiny fossil-fascinating to learn this morning.

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  24. Reminds me of the golden mean spiral. The Greeks believed there to be three ‘ingredients’ to beauty: symmetry, proportion, and harmony. Thanks for all the visits!

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  25. Amar Naik

    look like tiny steps. nice pic

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  26. archaeology is always a wonder! beautiful details :)

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  27. Oh, that is an amazing photo! It sure makes me wonder!

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  28. Amy

    I always love your photos :)

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  29. Is this a fossil? Very nice. I think this challenge will be difficult for me. :(

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  30. This is wonderful. I love the prehistoric nature of the shot. :-) Great job Frizztext! By the way, how are you doing?

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  31. Finally, I’m working on catching up after a hectic workshop week again. :-)

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  32. Northern Narratives

    Absolutely full of wonder …

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  33. Very true! How complicated but perhaps that is why all things are full of wonder.

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  34. Looks like an alien track …

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  35. thirdhandart

    Very aesthetically pleasing photo! Proof that natural wonder occurs in all shapes and sizes.

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  36. Beautiful. I’ve used this type of spiral myself in other photo challenges, but you really captured it in great detail.

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  37. jbheronneau

    I always wonder how fossils can be!
    It’s so amazing that a dead organic thing can keep its living shape for such a long time that fossil can be created…

    Nice interpretation of “wonder” :)

    Here are my pictures. Feel free to visit, no need to ask, my doors are right opened :)

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  38. What exquisite beauty there is in even the most delicate and intricate, Alive or fossilized .. The roman amphitheaters must have been architecturally similar to this. Just lovely, Thankyou~

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  39. Cassie's world

    At first sight I thought it was a spiral staircase carved in stone -but I then I was irritated by something (by it’s perfection?) and realized that it is actually a fossil. But now I am still irritated, for I would expect the spirals to lead towards me, not to the inside. It keeps me wondering… So great interpretation of the challenge! :) Thanks for sharing!

    Cassie (http://wp.me/p1XrXs-5o)

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