WordPress weekly photo challenge: Inside

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Today I’m participating in the WordPress weekly photo challenge and this week’s theme is “inside”. You can click on the photos below for a larger view. If you like what you see, feel free to subscribe and receive nature photography updates a few times a week.

Check out these artificial grass blades inside this bubble. Some actually went through all the way to the other side and still that bubble didn’t pop.

WordPress weekly photo challenge: grass blades inside a bubble
WordPress weekly photo challenge: grass blades inside a bubble

Have you ever looked a the pistils inside a rose? They’re quite amazing.

Wordpress weekly photo challenge: pistils inside a yellow rose
WordPress weekly photo challenge: pistils inside a yellow rose

Here’s a blue damselfly locked inside my house, longing to get out. It wasn’t very helpful in its release, but I still managed to get it back outside.

Wordpress weekly photo challenge: Inside - Blue damselfly
WordPress weekly photo challenge: Inside – Blue damselfly

Here’s a busy bee collecting nectar from these yellow flowers and putting it inside the bags on its legs. Nature is so well designed!

Wordpress weekly photo challenge: Inside - bee collecting nectar inside bags
WordPress weekly photo challenge: Inside – bee collecting nectar inside bags

Finally here’s a visitor inside this yellow rose – a green Junebug beetle.

Wordpress weekly photo challenge: Junebug beetle inside rose
WordPress weekly photo challenge: Junebug beetle inside rose

4 thoughts on “WordPress weekly photo challenge: Inside

  1. I feel like a little kid exploring nature and its unique, amazing creatures. The dragonfly is lucky that you were there so it can find its way out. Beautiful pics. Looks like your busy with school stuff too. Can’t wait for Fall’s surprises ahead.

    • We get interesting creatures crawling in and out of the house and most of them are unwelcome, like spiders. I’m looking forward to the end of fall here, as September and October are usually the hottest months of the year. I can’t wait to start wearing sweaters and jackets again!

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