Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

I admit I’m a user.
Once again, and already, I am struggling with posting anything of any significance since showing back up after all this time a couple of days ago.

So, when in doubt, stick a photo on here.
Or, in this case, stick three photos on here and act like you’re participating in the Weekly Photo Challenge.

I collected quite the bevy of pictures during my little visit to the woods the other day, but just for the moment I’m going to continue with the Sycamore seedling theme. Those of you who remember me from days gone by will recall my fascination with the whole close-up scene (clue’s in the name of the blog I suppose…) but even on deeper, less energetic days, the wonderment I receive when I look really closely at Nature never fails me.
Consider that the plantlet being photographed was literally knee-high to a grasshopper (a quirky English phrase meaning “very little” to those beyond the sea) and you too may gain a little moment of reverie in the working of Ms Nature herself.

Click on the photos themselves for better size and clarity.








© Alice through the Macro Lens [2014]

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10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

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  2. Very nice series of images capturing the photo challenge.

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  7. Such lovely images. The promise of yet-to-come.

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  10. Very beautiful shots…

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