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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About frizztext

websites: 1 - my wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - my photos at frizztext, 3 - my guitar exercises fingerstyle_guitar, 4 - my museum-series The MUSEUM SERIES

49 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Wonder

  1. Magnificent goods from you, man. Weekly Photo Challenge: Wonder Flickr Comments by FrizzText I have understand your stuff previous to and you’re just too excellent. I really like what you’ve acquired here, certainly like what you are saying and the way in which you say it. You make it entertaining and you still care for to keep it sensible. I cant wait to read much more from you. This is actually a tremendous Weekly Photo Challenge: Wonder Flickr Comments by FrizzText informations.

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  5. 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!

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  6. 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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  7. 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” :)

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  8. 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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  9. thirdhandart

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

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  10. Looks like an alien track …

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

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  12. Northern Narratives

    Absolutely full of wonder …

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

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

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  16. Amy

    I always love your photos :)

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

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

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  19. Amar Naik

    look like tiny steps. nice pic

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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. I wonder: Do you know the approximate size of this fossil?

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  24. An ammonite! How lovely.

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  25. Intersting photo and thought…

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  26. 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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  27. I wonder what it could be.

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

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

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  31. 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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  32. Very amazing macro shot great post

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

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  37. barb19

    Incredible!

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  38. Just Beautiful :)

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  39. It’s very beautiful, whatever it is. It looks like a fossilized imprint of a snail.
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  40. It’s a wonderful miniature spiral staircase.

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  41. Brandon

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

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  42. Wonderful detail but so beautifully simple!

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  43. wow.. what is it?

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  44. theWomanAtTheWell

    Awesome!

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