Tiny worlds beneath me
I often have to remind myself to look down and notice the worlds beneath me when I’m taking pictures. Here’s a picture of aquatic plants being combed by the waves and highlighted by the sun.
Here’s a picture of a lichen “forest” growing on weathered wood. Worlds of wonder exist in landscapes large and small.
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Wonder
17 thoughts on “Green Worlds Beneath Me: Photo Challenge – Wonder”
Sometimes I wonder what’s beneath me since I tend to look up. The water forest is beautiful.
Yeah, I look up a lot too. Thanks for the comment on the water forest!
The tiny worlds are not to be forgotten – lovely choices and a very important reminder!
Thanks, and you’re welcome for the little reminder.
Magical, isn’t it?! 🙂
Yes, it is! 😁
You’ve captured a magic world underneath the surface. Lovely!
You’ve captured a wonderful world beneath the surface. Thanks for joining the challenge!
Thanks. Nice word for a challenge! 😁
Love your water forest, the green is so vibrant! Agree some of the best photo ops are often closer to our feet than our eyes! Thanks for joining the challenge!
We all need to look down to see the wonder of photo-synthesis. You have done so. Thank you!
They are green machines!
Beautiful captures especially the first one. As the waves are combing the plants and changing the view, that capture is unique.
Thank you! That scene really caught my eye.