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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  13. Aw. Delicate and lovely, just like my favorite duTchess!!
    Much love and have a wonderful weekend my friend.
    Jules ((Hugs))

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