To join in with Tina and other bloggers (here) this week, I went on a search for SOFTNESS in my photographs. Please join me as we explore 10 photos from July 2018.
This first photo is what drew me into the challenge.
This mid-July photo has a soft glow:
This next image has a soft vibe too:
But then – this next photo- is like an opposite of softness.
The hard lines of the buildings, the road under construction, and the warning of a bump ahead – nah, not soft! (and side note – my friend’s Dawn and & Benny gave me a bump sign in 1987 – and this photo was taken while thinking of them).
This next image has a different building – with smooth soft curves in this under construction Les Paul Building:
Still not the softness I am looking for – so let’s explore some more:
There is a softness to these French speciality mushroom desserts:
However, not much softness in the next one – the bartender did smile – but not in this frame – oh no, NOT soft.
This face has a lot more more softness – (what a moment to capture):
And this next one? Yeah… screams softness (this young man said he was her uncle):
And ooooo la la – the soft light highlights on these geraniums brought softness to my face (and reminded me of Mr. Monk Falls in Love S7E6):
Okay – that is my journey looking for softness in July.
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