Six Word Saturday: A lovely bunch of delicate colours

Alas, not mine, but a friends’. Good old long lasting astroemeria blooms….

Linked to Six Word Saturday at Debs’ here

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18 comments

  1. Nice to see those subtle colours on such a dull day, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. It’s grey and cloudy here, too, but thankfully, no snow, which had been a possibility. So the beautiful colors liven up my pre-work morning. Thanks. 🙂

    janet

  3. Very pretty, and springlike! We have nothing of this yet here in Virginia. 🙂

  4. They are always beautiful, Sue! Thank you for colouring up the grey!

  5. They’re pretty! 🙂 🙂 Heaps of crocuses here, battling through despite the weather.

  6. An unusual shading for you. I predict a series as the go through stages of beauty. Surely you can scavenge them from your friend.

  7. Lovely soft colour combination

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