Pink #17

My seventeenth photo for Becky’s square photo challenge: In the Pink

The pink Frangipanni flower and a red shield bug. The next photo was a very blurry shield bug on my camera lens
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If you want to join in here are a few ideas from Becky.

The theme for squares this month is ‘In the Pink‘ and the one rule as always is that your main photograph must be square. After that the world is your oyster, or should I say flamingo?! To help you get started here are some ideas you might want to consider;

  1. In the Pink’ – means perfect condition or in good health, so that could be human or not!
  2. Tickled Pink‘ – means delighted, so I’m thinking happy, fun and of course delighted. That could be you or the subject of your photograph.
  3. Pink – you can of course simply share anything that is coloured pink
  4. There is an extra challenge for those of you up for it – can you manage to combine two of these, or maybe even all three?

Squares is a daily challenge, so your photographs can be from the archives or brand new. Don’t forget though to keep your photo square, and to pingback with #InthePink.

21 thoughts on “Pink #17

  1. cool shot – the bottom leaves coordinate with the petals radiating – and this critter is looking right at you
    🙂

    side note: that hair on the upper petal has me wondering about a certain illness that sometimes has “fibers and hairs” with sores and immune impairment associated with symptoms. It is mysterious illness that is often filed with “unknown pathogens” and so that is what came to mind when I saw that…

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      1. yes – and sometimes I sse some of those stray hairs in random spots – like at the gym – in the bottom of the dish that catches the sanitizer (they have these sanitizer pumps all over the place her e- not sure if you have them there – I sorta like them and feel they have value when folks are sharing or touching the same equipment or keyboards – ya know)


        please let me know if you find any mor eof the hairs like that – later I might send some of them to a friend who does research on such topics (maybe not – but i am also curious)
        😉

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