Phoneography Challenge: The Nature of Small Things


Nature can be expansive; the sky in its brilliance at daybreak and sunset, and at night in its moon and starlight. Trees that shimmer in their new-found spring greenery, and shiver in their nakedness in winter’s frost.

But look into a flower pot, at the petal of a succulent, fallen from its mother, yet sprouting  another life, and tell me that’s not part of nature’s exquisite expanse.


In all things of nature, there is something of the marvelous. ~Aristotle


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About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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24 Responses to Phoneography Challenge: The Nature of Small Things

  1. rommel says:

    Nice different approach and outlook. Way to see things in a different light.


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  3. ChgoJohn says:

    Beautiful, fascinating captures, Angeline. Mother Nature is awe-inspiring.


  4. Thai Village says:

    I love the colours


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  6. I agree with Otto that there’s an amoeba feel to these. I like the first one.



  7. Madhu says:

    Fantastic captures Angeline. I agree, the sprouting of a perfect baby succulent is not any less magical than natures more dramatic phenomena.


  8. FireBonnet says:

    So lovely! I agree the color is beautiful. I love your text as well.


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  10. I like image one for its gentle raindrops and spring-like colors. It bursts with joy. Happy Phoneography Challenge.


  11. Delightful images. Almost looks like a strange single cell animal or something of the like. The colours are wonderful.


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