Living Wonders

If you look up “natural wonders,” you’ll see some amazing rock formations and majestic snow-covered mountains–wonders indeed. But the most marvelous thing of all is that our planet is full of living wonders. Enjoy these images of life on earth — and have a wonder-ful weekend!

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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30 Responses to Living Wonders

  1. Thank-you for sharing these. ^_^

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  2. A couple of these look like my “backyard” here by Yellowstone. We have such a beautiful planet!

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  3. ejstoo says:

    Lovely pictures.

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  5. rwfrohlich says:

    The variety of life on this planet is astonishing!

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  6. Terrific photos, Mitch. Thanks for sharing

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  7. Cool pics and “wonder-full” indeed.

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  8. Nancy Ruegg says:

    Thank you for the trip around the world! Most surprising was that lush, idyllic landscape of Rwanda. SO lovely! (Must have been the middle of the rainy season!)

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  9. These are beautiful photographs. We do indeed live in a wonderful world. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. These are so many beautiful images. I love seeing the Mama Lion hugging her baby.

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  11. Kate Duff says:

    “Whilst reaching for the stars, don’t forget the ones beneath your feet” I’m not sure who said that but it is certainly true, lovely reminder Mitch.

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    • Thanks, Kate. Your comment prompted my search for knowledge. There are (at least) two possible attributions ranging from a former POTUS to a theoretical physicist/cosmologist…

      “Keep your eyes on the stars, but your feet on the ground.” – – – Theodore Roosevelt

      “Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious. And however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at. It matters that you don’t just give up.” – – – Stephen Hawking

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  12. usfman says:

    It’s even more beautiful to be alive every day to enjoy such living wonders if I choose.

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  13. Michele Lee says:

    A beautiful world indeed! Thanks for sharing the lovely images.

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  14. Webb Blogs says:

    Such beautiful pictures. I actually looked at them twice 🙂

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  15. oneta hayes says:

    Natural beauty – God’s creation.

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  16. Ann Coleman says:

    Great photos, Mitch! Thank you!

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  19. robertcday says:

    You’re right, Mitch – wonders indeed! And that’s just one of the senses! There’s five times the beauty (at least) when you factor the other in. 😃

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