Delicate Softness

The delicate softness of a cotton flower and a tulip at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.


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20 responses to “Delicate Softness”

  1. Love the contrast in the lighting.

    1. Thanks! Bright sunshine can be very helpful sometimes. 😁

  2. They do look cottony soft! Very nice, Pepper!

    1. Thanks, Donna. I got my first pic of a killdeer yesterday! I had no idea what it was until a friend from the Indiana Audubon Society identified it for me. 😁

      1. Woot woot! I love Killdeers and those stunning red eye-rings! πŸ™‚

        1. It is adorable. 😊

  3. Beautiful! Love the black and white versions!

    1. Yay! It is so fun to experiment with b&w. Have a wonderful day. 😊

  4. Beautiful images, Pepper!

    1. Thank you much, Eliza. 😊

  5. Oh these are beautiful photos for this challenge πŸ˜€ I adore the light on your tulip πŸ˜€

    1. Thanks, Cee. The sun was very helpful on that shot. 😁

  6. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ“·πŸ’– beautiful light an

    1. second servis😁😁😁Beautiful lights and shadows in universal color of phanasy, dear sister🌹🌹🌹

      1. Thanks, Mic. Glad I am not rather only one who clicks enter before I am done commenting. 😁

        1. 😁😁😁the culprit is the hand orthosis.

          1. Ah, yes! It must get in the way. 😏

  7. Really nice in B&W, Irene.

    1. Thank you very much, Sandy. 😊

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