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Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

Share a picture that means DELICATE to you, Michelle said. Delicate could be the tracings of frost on a window, a child’s tiny fingers and toes, the intricate pattern of a tree’s canopy, or something yet-to-be-discovered. So much of this challenge depends on your interpretation of “delicate,” and we look forward to seeing the range of images you capture.

I chose these delicate spiderwebs, nestled in soft whiteness:

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Delicate

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Reader, writer, word player. Collector of visuals. No lady, but all woman. Caretaker of lads & cats, dungeons & dragons. DuTchess. Green witch.

35 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

    1. Hi Jo 🙂
      A Hobbit weekend? Hehehe. Once in every two months I play Dungeons & Dragons with a group of friends (for over ten years already). And this Saturday we went to see the Tolkien movie The Hobbit, prelude to the Lord of the Rings-movies. Haven’t you heard about it?
      I LOVED IT and want to see it again. 😀

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      1. Oh yes…I know The Hobbit..after all it was filmed here in NZ…just wondered if your Hobbit weekend was a special thing – that you dressed up funny/went to a special place…you know !!!

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        1. Hahahaaa, no, I’m not that much into dressing up. You mean with floppy hairy feet and pointy ears? 😀 I can almost see us jumping around, waving wands and wearing invisibility rings. We just went to the movies *hugs*
          Have you seen it yet?

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    1. I won’t tell how part 1 ends…

      Hehehe, as if you don’t know the story 😉

      Spiders are architects, and each day they build their webs anew. Perhaps they have a built-in TomTom, showing them how a web is made?

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        1. Hit hit hit! I loved being back in the atmosphere of the Lord of the Rings. It was fun, exciting, epic and just great. I’m not saying that is is perfect like Tolkien would have directed it, but I simply love it. Only hated the stupid 3D glasses, they weighed heavily on my poor ol’ nose.
          Have you seen it yet, Poppy?

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