Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is Delicate.

Flowers, of course… but also the way insects hold on to them, right way up or upside down, with a delicate touch…

Fly on crocusMonarch 1Monarch 2Cloudless Sulphur and bee

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104 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

  1. The first shot’s wonderfully detailed, even if it does feature an, ulp, fly. And I love the two monarch shots :)

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  2. Love the butterflies…

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  3. These are so beautiful. Delicate and beautiful.

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  4. Perfectly delicate for the theme!

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  5. The bee is delicate and at one point almost extinct !

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  6. they are so beautiful :)

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  7. Those are all beautiful, but the fly one is especially spectacular.

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  11. Just beautiful, Vlad – delicate and exquisite. What an eye you have!

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  12. Great entry for this theme, Vlad! The word delicate definitely comes to mind!

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  13. beautiful Vlad…so clear. We are overrun with Monarch butterflies at the moment, some areas are running out of the plants they feed on

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  15. Gorgeous for days. Love these!

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  16. Delicate indeed — very nice, Vlad!

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  18. was just thinking to post butterflies photo too,loved the monarch nothing as delicate as babies,butterflies,doves,puppies

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  20. All wonderfully delicate.

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  22. So lovely to see these photos as we transition from fall to winter…

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  23. These are all beautiful; but the last with the yellow and purple flowers is particularly gorgeous.

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  24. Your pictures are so beautiful.. stunning!

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  26. Hi Vladimir, Beautiful images- love butterflies and they are not easy to capture! Thank you for your mention of my blog-appreciate it!

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  27. Wow, exquisite – I really like butterflies but they rarely stay still for long – you have done an excellent job capturing them!

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  28. I love the last photo – blue and yellow together…gorgeous!

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  29. These photos are not only delicate…they are delightful too! In the winter months when the days have a tendency to be a little on the dreary side, these photos were very refreshing! You are an amazing photographer! :)

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  30. Two posts in a row now we get to see a different side of your photography. It’s quite a change from the Gowanus Canal.

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  31. Northern Narratives

    Love the butterflies.

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  32. Very lovely and properly exposed closeups. Wonderful colors in those Monarch images!

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  33. Congratulations – your photos of the butterflies on the flowers are brilliant.

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  34. I am used to seeing butterflies drink nectar, but never a fly. Fascinating!

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  35. How did you get them to hold still for you? Amazing.
    Sorry about this, but I loathe insects —
    but even I think that first shot is amazingly delicate and beautiful.

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  36. Fantastic images- thanks for sharing!

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  37. I love butterfly time of the year. :) It’s so warm.

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  38. Stunning shots :)

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