Minuscule by Ese
Minuscule by Debbie
Minuscule by Pommepal
Minuscule by Tish Farrell
Minuscule by Klara
Minuscule by Art is Horseshit
Minuscule by Irene Waters
Minuscule by Sue Judd
Minuscule by Lor
Minuscule by the Jagged Man
Minuscule by Tobias
Minuscule by Brenda
Minuscule by Anna Biancardi
Category: Close-up/Macro, Photography, Thursday's Special Tagged: macro photography, minuscule, photography, Thursday's Special
Beautifully abstract, Paula. And wonderful watery music
Hi Debbie 🙂 I’m glad you enjoy Boris Blank’s work 🙂
What a fascinating image it presents! I can see tiny men running around inside the bubbles (and the water sound effects are strangely wonderful 🙂 ) Got to fly! Easyjet at 8.30 🙂 Have a good weekend!
Fly safely, Jo!
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G’day Paula nice to have your challenge back again. I’ve gone into the small, small world of bugs, bees ants and flies… https://memoriesaremadeofthisblog.wordpress.com/2015/08/06/thursday-special-miniscule/
Thank you again, Pommepal 🙂
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Beautiful photo and pattern, Paula – looks a bit like some animal or reptile skin…probably, possibly :). Nature has its ways…
Here’ s what came to my mind this time: https://esengasvoice.wordpress.com/2015/08/06/thursdays-special-minuscule/
Have a lovely Thursday, dear!
This is one of the best photos I have seen on your blog Ese (and on WordPress in general) Thank you so much for your participation. Have a great weekend!
Wow, Paula…speechless! Thank you very much – that really does mean a lot – especially, coming from the photographer like you.
It is always a true pleasure to be a part of your challenges. Looking forward the next ones! 🙂
I hope you will have enough free time in the few upcoming days to forget about the piles of work. Hugs
Nicely abstract, Paula! Now I need to find some minuscule….
and you did it, and quickly too 🙂
Oh this is fascinating, Paula – the combination of your image and soundtrack. I like the way your are urging us to sharpen our focus, and see things anew.
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Pauline and I both have bees on our minds – so here’s my view of bee world, Paula 🙂
and I was hoping some of you would have 🙂 Thank you so much, Tish.
These droplets are great, Paula … and inspiring!
This means a lot, Thank you, Tobias.
On a water of bottle, or on a bottle of water? 🙂
Beautiful shot Paula.
😀 Damn I was sleepy. Why hasn’t anybody else told me my mistake?
Hehe. Either because they can’t read or because they’re too polite to mention it. 😀
My guess is that people don’t pay due attention, but yeah, there must be a fair share of the polite ones 😀
I joined you in the water of bottle thingy of the day 🙂
I’m glad you did 🙂 I remembered that it is time to “change seasons” again. I will join you this time…
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now that’s a perfect abstract. would have never guessed what it was.
I will comment your butterfly when I get home. It’s strange but I can’t comment there now.
Perfect photo of the water. If you hadn’t said what it was I would have been thinking pebbles. Lovely watery music to match.
Thank you very much, Irene.
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great pics from everyone
You are right, Lisa. Thank you.
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Here’s mine, Paula, more droplets, some with reflections: http://suejudd.com/2015/08/06/thursdays-special-minuscule/
What a beauty! I love all these hanging drops with reflection. Thank you, Sue! 🙂
And thank you! Pleased you enjoyed this one
I don’t remember not enjoying any of your photos 😀
Great! Long May that continue 🙂
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You always see things so differently. This is wonderful.
Sometimes it helps if you see it in your head first.
The beauty is in the detail. A very interesting photo, Paula. At first I thought this was B&W, but then I looked closer. I hope you’ve been well.
Hello Draco. Are you back? I have been away for a while – am slowly catching up. (I’ve been well 🙂 )
I’ve been back for a while. Catching up after a break is always time consuming so you have my complete understanding.
Very nice and different…
Many thanks, Lor 🙂
I’m pretty sure I’ve already posted a comment here…..It said: “as always , Paula , you’re great”…..
I’ve just posted my contribution , thanks for all!
Having a deja vu in front of one of my photos? No good 😀
Per dire la verita’ , non ho capito cosa volevi dire….
Me lo spieghi?
I meant that I did not make an impact if you feel as if you had seen the same photo before 😀 😉
Whatever it is…it’s stunning abstraction.
It says above – what it is 😀
I know. And was just thinking of a bottle of water or a water of bottle! 😉
Fascinating. For some reason my eyes are refusing to read these drops as convex, all I can see are a hundred pits.
The music is perfect for the pic. Silly me, I first thought you were looking down at a street made of cobblestones. Okay, I worked all day and I’m tired! 😛 LOL!
It does look like cobblestones. Very cool observation!
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Found something among my pics… Here’s my entry for this week:
I loved your take on the theme, Lor. Excellent choice and captures!
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I need a challenge time-management agent….see a need, fill a need….I know I have seven days but I would like to be relevant and on time at least once or twice a month:)
Here is my take on this theme: http://daffodilhillphotography.com/2015/08/08/thursdays-special-minuscule/
Thank you again, John. I appreciate your entry.
What a lovely shot Paula, you have fixed in the permanent abstract something so transitory!
Thank you for your excellent comment, Patti.
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Thanks for this challenge, Paula – and that’s what it really was: Two ideas came to mind, one of them did not yet pan out (I was not in the right place at the right time for the right light), but the other one can be seen here: http://empireoflights.com/2015/08/09/minuscule-endeavours/ How many people walk past those fancy little compositions without noticing, I wonder. By the same token, I think for most passers-by I was just photographing walls. I am looking forward for the next challenges (“deconstruction”, in particular). Have a nice Sunday!
Thank you, Tobias. I’m glad that you liked the challenge. Deconstruction will be on for sure, but I don’t know when exactly – maybe close to the end of year.
A stunning pattern. I would never have guessed what it was.
That was the point. Thank you very much, Meg.
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