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Pink For Foto Finish





Just a few of the pink images I have taken over the last week. For the first time since posting photos on Foto Finish I
actually kept an eye out for subjects that would be relevant to this weeks topic.

The flowers photos were taken on Monday while out at Wilkinsons Castle at Waiiti with my mothers quilting group. This venue is not actually a castle but a fabulous old Chapman-Taylor house built around an internal courtyard. It is available for hire and the Inglewood quilters usually spend a day out there each year and invite other groups to join them. It was a lovely day and several of us took the opportunity to do a beach walk after lunch. Because I had such a great time with some lovely friendly quilters I have now decided to join their group although I am not sure how often I will be able to attend their regular quilting days which are held on two Mondays each month. I am not working this Monday so will make it to the next get together.

The other two images were taken at WOMAD on Sunday. I blogged about this event a few days ago with more photos included.
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Love your flowers, and I recognize that "O". Great shots!

Kate said…
Love all your pinks. I like the flowers the best, those are gorgeous!
Barbara said…
I love these, Maree. Good job keeping your camera at the ready to spot those pinks.
Colleen said…
what a nice range of pinks!
quiltzyx said…
Your shots are 'in the pink' for sure! What kind of flower is the first one, with the white on the back of the petals?
It sounds like you had a wonderful day!
em's scrapbag said…
Beautiful pinks. I love the flowers!

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