#WQWWC #23 Writer’s Choice

As I was following Cee Neuner posts, she introduced me to another blogger’s challenge that I just had to chime in on. Marsha Ingrao creates a Wednesday challenge called Writes Quotes Wednesday Writing Challenge. I especially liked her quote for this challenge…

I love the fine details in photography and the written word. Its the details that can trip you up in a story or absolutely blow your mind. But the details of photography to me is what sets any picture off, and I really like photography about nature.

For example, when I went walking and saw my neighbors thrift that was blooming, I was struck by it’s peaceful beauty with pinks and blues cascading gently down the wall.

But then on closer inspection I saw the beauty in the details…

The blue had purple highlights with a tiny yellow center, and the pink had white blooms trying to show their beauty through the pink and white stripes. If we don’t stop and study the details, we will miss their true beauty.

And in closing, I always remind myself as well as anyone who may reads my words, on the beauty of kindness. Its a beauty can not be matched.

Always Be Kind

11 thoughts on “#WQWWC #23 Writer’s Choice

  1. You do have a wonderful eye for detail, Anita. The spring flower photos are beautiful. I love your words about the beauty of kindness!

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  2. This is such a beautiful post, Anita. Those colors are so relaxing. I would love to walk by and see them and smell the fragrance. Did you get close enough to smell them? I don’t know how they smell, but I can imagine that they are lovely. 🙂 Thanks for joining in.

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