A wax rubbing of tree rings and a human fingerprint.
This astounds me.
Our respiratory system, the bronchial tree,
looks like an upside down tree inside us.
And trees are the lungs of the planet.
Nature constantly astonishes me. Everything is interconnected in a grand design that I believe cannot be random. These images show us we are part of a very large system, bigger than we realize, with patterns that are repeated in nature and in our bodies.
Scientists have discovered a whole universe inside the cell. They tell us that the genetic structure inside our tiny cells - our DNA - stores information about all the species on earth equivalent to 12 sets of Encyclopedia Britannica!* This blows me away.
For today's prompt, the sky's the limit. Write a poem about one of nature's wonders, anything that especially amazes you, big or small.
Go bigger: tell us how all of its breathtaking design makes you catch your breath in awe. Amaze us with the wonders all around us. Help us see them with new eyes.