Saturday, 15 December 2012

Picture This Challenge 178: Soft

A robin in the garden - all puffed up in his soft feather coat


Robin
The soft flowers of a borage plant in my garden

Borage

Soft scarves seen on a market day in Solothurn, Switzerland

Impressions of September monthly market in Solothurn

11 comments:

  1. Hi Pat!! Three wonderful 'soft' shots from you. I love to see robins when they are all puffed up. Excellent shot of the Borage plant, something I've photographed quite a few times myself. Love all the colours of the scarves in the last shot.

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  2. These really are wonderful shots Pat very nice work;)

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  3. A bird with a soft snow in the background, very nice capture.
    You have such lovely flowers in your garden.
    These scarves are surely colorful and soft.

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  4. simply adore your robin shot, something like an old fashioned Christmas card about it, I have borage too, use it in salads, but never saw it flower, so interesting and so delicate a flower. Sure would love one of these colourful soft long scarves, just something to tuck into a sweater neck to jazz it up a bit. Great contributions, Pat, thank you.

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  5. Thses are perfect Pat a beautiful take on the theme;)

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  6. Sweet little robin

    Beautiful flowers

    Love the wonderful plethora of colours

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  7. All colorful and soft. I really like the colorful array of scarves but the bird stole my heart :)

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  8. I wish I could have that robin in my hand and cuddle him softly... Your garden must be beautiful... very pretty flower!.. Are those scarves made in India?... Nice colours and patterns...

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  9. Gorgeously soft all of them ... that little robin is just too adorable. I can well imagine holding him and feeling that warm softness ... wonderful shot ....

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  10. My preference goes to all those colourful soft scarves and your picture of the robin is adorable!

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  11. Love all three, I have Borage growing in my garden too. Eat the flowers. The bees love them.

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