weekly photo challenge : delicate

Here’s my response to the WordPress challenge this week. When I thought about “delicate” a couple of things came to mind, and they seemed somewhat incompatible. After some serious contemplation, I decided that I was okay with the incompatibility. I’ve chosen delicate flowers, and delicate iron work. You can tell me if you think they both work for this week’s challenge.

purple globe type flower

cow parsley

purple flowers

pasque flower seed heads

pink flower

part of iron gate

iron arch

iron grillAlso remembered this photo I took earlier this month of frost on cobwebs. They were so beautiful that I didn’t feel badly for not sweeping them away earlier! (Also needed to include this photo – how likely is it that it will fit another challenge?)

frosty cobwebs


23 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge : delicate

  1. Beautiful… inspiring. 🙂


  2. Love the purple spray of flowers. Makes me want to run out and buy a bouquet. Also the fence…looks old and elegant.


  3. I think all your photo’s are great but i especially love the spider web, very imaginative!


  4. I think they both work! I especially love the flowers, probably because I love photographing flowers too.


    1. Sometimes I wonder if you can ever have too many flower photos, and then I think – oh don’t be silly!


  5. It’s a bit busy but I do like the view through the very curly wurly window.


  6. Northern Narratives December 15, 2012 — 12:14 PM

    I love the ironwork.


  7. I like the photo with the frost on the cobwebs. It looks like some very intricate tatting.


    1. Right, but without those beautiful bobbins to get all tangled up!


  8. I think they fit really well Terri ! Love those blooms close up .
    You’ve even got an extra delicate in there with the ‘ Delicate Tracery ‘ stonework around the gothic windows behind the iron work 🙂


  9. They are beautiful,Terri.


    1. Thanks, Ranu. It was lovely spending time going through fresh flower photos when it’s so frosty outside right now!


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