Blur

Hot on the foot of last WP entry, here is the new week’s WP Weekly Photo Challenge – Blur.

I have called this summer breeze – it should be spring breeze. Magnolia blowing about in the wind, exaggerated by deliberate camera movement. I make no apology if I have posted this before….

Summer breeze

Summer breeze

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52 comments

  1. delightful colors in your blurrrr

  2. I haven’t seen it before. Not really my thing, but bang on the brief Sue.
    Makes me feel how I must see things after the second bottle of Merlot!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Wow! You are quick this week! Nice impressionist feel about this one Sue.

    • Sue

      I’ve had almost a week off blogging, so today I’m having a ‘me’ day after a full-on week, and thought I would rattle off a few posts!! πŸ˜€

  4. Love this – sure you did it on purpose…? I saw something about a bottle here somewhere…

  5. I tried guessing what it was without reading and I had “flamingos” in mind. Supposed I was wrong … and at least for that bit I was right. Great picture by the way πŸ™‚

  6. It seems every time I go out to take flower shots the breeze picks up and the damn things just won’t hold still. The other day I actually tried videotaping them but that didn’t work either – I love what this deliberate camera movement did to exaggerate the March winds…

  7. I love the impressionistic feel Sue! Very nice! πŸ™‚

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  9. Love this look with lovely color

  10. This is so lovely, Sue. The colours blend perfectly. πŸ™‚

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  13. You accidentally fell into a flower bed πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  14. I just got back from the local nursery, looking to do something like that. It didn’t turn out, but I love yours! I am linking to it so my readers can see as well.

  15. What delicious colors those are. Beautiful.

  16. Lovely colour palette and a beautiful image, Sue

  17. What a great photograph. So surreal – would love to see this printed and hung on a wall, would make a great piece of art. Thanks for sharing this image.

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  20. That’s really great Sue! As Jude says, very impressionistic πŸ™‚

  21. an abstract water colour! Great work Sue!

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