Six Word Saturday: Something Victorian about this fading bouquet

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debbie’s here

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27 comments

  1. There is! And isn’t it delicious? 🙂 🙂 Happy Saturday, Sue!

    • Sue

      Yippe! Found an image you like! I was having my hair cut yesterday, and my stylist had these given after a wedding he had attended… So out came the camera! You never know when you’ll find a photo in the making!

  2. Suzanne

    So pretty, and yes, definitely Victorian

  3. Gorgeous, Sue. And I would never have guessed its location – I imagined you’d been composing this for a while. The pink is a wonderful tone, and the flowers look almost like silk.
    Have a great Saturday.
    I’m taking my daughter for travel vaccinations – it will be a fun day (not) as she has a phobia for needles!!

    • Sue

      Thanks, Debs! I lve serendipitous finds like this…. Best of luck with the needle-phobic girl….is she travelling anywhere exotic?

  4. ‘On the cusp’ of decay, Sue. Nicely done.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. The perfect pink for just that period!

  6. Beautiful…I love the gentle softness of the colors as well as the composition.

  7. I am not a pink person, but I have always loved that dusky grey/pink colour.

  8. I love that dusty pink too, and is that baby’s breath? A suitable flower for a wedding! I also like the idea of a photo in the making.

  9. There’s certainly an air of nostalgia to this image, Sue. Well caught.

  10. If I were planning a wedding…

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