For week 35 of the 52-week photography project, the challenge was to “get up close and personal with nature in this natural beauty shot.” Suggestions for subjects include flowers, bugs, bees, and spiders. Here is my microcosmos, which I found in gardens and other places. All of these photographs were taken in Grand Island, New York, in places that included town hall and private gardens.
I am taking part in The Write Tribe Problogger October 2017 Blogging Challenge (Hyperlink this to: http://writetribe.com).
Next week: Check back for the next episode in the continuing 52-week photography challenge.
19 thoughts on “The 52 week photography project: Alice’s microcosmos”
The photos are awesome Alice ☺
Wow! Beautiful, each one of them. Lovely, Alice. 🙂
Very beautiful pictures!
Love the flowers, Alice. What's the pretty cabbage-y looking one? Pardon my ignorance.
Wonderful photos Alice! But about that spider… Yikes! 🙂
Those are gorgeous photos!! The first one took my breath away. In fact, I started picturing those colors in an outfit. LOL! 🙂
alice, love how you are working on your 52 week challenge.. inspires me! and love the cabbage??
Gorgeous flowers. Please mention their names too.
Those are really amazing shots, Alice. You have captured the microcosmic world so well!
These pictures are so mesmerising. Keep up the great wirk 🙂
Love the vibrancy of your photos and the flowers look happy, full of freshness and beauty.
Such beautiful flowers and so many pretty colours. Thanks for sharing.
Loved the gorgeous pictures. Nature is amazing
nice pics… in some ways, i am glad you didnt get a closer pic of the spider! He looks creepy.
Lovely pictures! I too like clicking a lot of flowers
Very colorful pictures. That purple one looks like the red cabbage. Such interesting collection.
Oh, such lovely flowers Alice! Especially loved the yellow ones towards the end
These are beautiful Alice. The ones in picture seven are dahlias? My dad is a professor in Botany, he would be so pleased to see these.
love all the pictures…. these colorful flowers took me to another level of calmness