one warm evening

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butterfly

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34 responses to “one warm evening

  1. Love the photos and the simplicity of the words 🙂

  2. poppytump

    Muted Solitude . Noticing small details ….

  3. Oh I love these! What fantastic photos! They say so much…. & I love the sepia tone too.

  4. Gorgeous photos! I’ve had a few lazy summer days over the years where I’ve been sitting outside reading or daydreaming when I butterfly would land on or near me. It always felt magical.

  5. there is something deliciously magical I find about butterflies…yes…yes there is

  6. lensandpensbysally

    Your processing made this set of imaging engaging–nicely down.

  7. yes you did … and so much more

  8. I love these pictures, especially the butterfly one. And in sepia, it really makes them feel like old memories!
    Suzy 🙂

  9. I’d say that was a good evening…if you took your time 🙂

  10. Lovely photographs, so peaceful….

  11. mj

    What pictures… evoking memories and thoughts that never existed a minute ago. And what a masterfully done post! I just love this one, Andrea!

  12. Lovely! Observations of the small things bring joy.

  13. I like the way the shutters reflect the nature of the butterfly’s wings.

  14. Intriguing how black and white gives off a totally different feeling to the images. Timeless Andrea.

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