weekly photo challenge: pure

Sunday, June 12:  The Weekly Photo Challenge asks us to show something pure:

    • not mixed with anything else

    • clean and not harmful in any way

I love these peonies I found blooming at Meadowlark Gardens in May.  They seem the perfect embodiment of pure.

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peony in pink
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luscious peony
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peony heaven
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peony side view

 

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20 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge: pure

    1. I’m so glad you like them, Jude. When I went to this garden, I tried out my new Canon Rebel and I wasn’t at all happy with the pictures compared with my old Olympus. I ended up taking these with my iPhone, and I loved how they turned out. Sorry you can’t grow peonies there; I have some in my garden, but they don’t look half as nice as these. 🙂

      1. My Olympus had to go back for repair as it kept locking after every shot. So annoying after spending a fair bit of money on it and extra lenses. Have to say your iPhone is very good 🙂

      2. I just sent my Olympus lens in for repair (I’ve had it since 2010) and it seems better. But I have to say, that Canon is so far disappointing. I wish I had just gotten a new Olympus! 🙂

  1. Beautiful peonies! Hope you have a great week! Driving to Los Angeles to pick up Jake and Serena! They are coming home from Daegu South Korea. They plan to be here for 4-5 years to go back to school. Serena also wants to go to school but has to wait a hear to establish residency. It will be nice to have our youngest at home again! Serena, his wife, is really sweet and we all get along great! Have a great day! Hugs❤️

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