Wordless Wednesday – Faded beauty

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22 comments

  1. Beauty is right. I love the colours and the cloth is wonderfully draped and folded.

  2. Wonderful. Could be Miss Havisham’s bouquet.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Sue, this is a fantastic composition—greeting card material for sure. I like the light, airy color palette. The faded nature of the flowers brings a certain sense of nostalgia for days-gone-by to me.
    Ω

  4. Lovely colours Sue, just my sort of faded! 🙂

  5. A lovely and very delicate still life. The the subdued tones are simply beautiful.

  6. With our daughter’s wedding in days your image made me think how quickly the celebration will pass. A reminder to enjoy every moment.

  7. Exquisite but I find it a bit sad!

  8. One of your guests mentioned Miss Havisham which is strange because that is the same thing that came to mind for me.

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