When I think of delicate, flowers come to mind.
Delicate construction. Delicate fragrance (if they have one).
Perhaps floral delicacy appeals because of the sense of wonder and peacefulness it evokes in me.
As I searched my archives for suitable floral images to meet the topic of this week’s photo challenge, I came across these taken at a local nursery this past summer.
Delicate also reminds me of small children.
My thoughts and prayers are with those families tragically impacted by
today’s terrible events in Newtown, Connecticutt.
May we all find the love and peace we seek within, so we can be a force for good in the world around us.
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20 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate … Floral Beauty”
Very nice, Dorothy.
Thank you … 🙂
I LOVE those flowers. (nothingbutthegood.wordpress.com)
So do I! … Thanks for visting … Dorothy:-)
woow beautiful flowers
i like this pict 🙂
Thank you …
I am so pleased I signed up for your posts. I absolutely love your photographs. You are very gifted. Thank you for sharing your talent.
Warm wishes to you for a wonderful Christmas and a Joyous New Year.
Thank you, Ross. Your words mean a lot. All the best to you and your family this beautiful Christmas season … Dorothy 🙂
LOVE the Shasta Daisy especially!
Yes, it is beautiful. Strangely, I had not seen one before when I captured this image. It truly is a wonder … and delicate. … Thanks for visiting and taking the time to leave a comment. Be well … Dorothy 🙂
these are really lovely
Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. It’s much appreciated. … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
the first one is gorgeous – what kind of flower is that? looks like a shredded daisy.
Thanks for visiting and your comment. The first flower is a Shasta Daisy. It is quite wonderful, isn’t it? … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
Thank you, Jeff … Be well, Dorothy 🙂
Nice series of flowers…well captured.
Thank you … 🙂
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Thank you for the mention on your inspiring blog … It’s much appreciated. Be well, Dorothy 🙂