Looking Deep into the Natural World

 Bits and pieces left behind

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In forest

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On lawns

Fallen feathers

In hidden corners

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Beauty, symmetry, organic

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4 thoughts on “Looking Deep into the Natural World

  1. Love these! Your talents continually amaze me, Bonnie! I especially love the moths on the skeleton of the leaf. Just beautiful. 🙂

  2. Good morning Bonnie, Thank you for your beautiful post. I also followed the Caterpillar post and am amazed at the magical beauty of it all.
    Your photographs are exquisite.
    This morning in Central Ohio is hazy and humid after 2 days of rain. Crickets sing and the soft cadence is so peaceful.
    I wish you all that is good in your Pennsylvania garden.

    1. Thank you, I so appreciate the feedback, it encourages me to continue to move forward. Our weather too is hazy and humid, it’s akin to living in the tropics. But I will take this anyway to winter’s wrath! Enjoy your day also.

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