Weekly photo challenge: Lost in the details

When I visited the Public Market in Seattle, I remember wanting to see the fish being thrown around. Once I got there, I was carried away by the flower stalls and the colors and the textures and all the close-ups and details I wanted to collect. I could have taken photos forever, but it was the end of the day and the flowers were all being stored away and daylight was gone by the time I left.

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16 thoughts on “Weekly photo challenge: Lost in the details

    1. Hi! When link to Weekly photo challenge, you’ll see a list of other bloggers who have posted a photo for the topic. Then you can click on their link, which creates a list on your blog which is the pingback list.

      1. I know, and I’m grateful that you did it. A lot of people don’t. I think it’s nice to share what other people interpret 🙂

  1. nice details…

    and if I may ask, how did you create the following comment in my post:

    […] weekly photo challenge: lost in the details (plaridel.wordpress.com) […]

    thank you.

    1. Hi! When link to Weekly photo challenge, you’ll see a list of other bloggers who have posted a photo for the topic. Then you can click on their link, which creates a list on your blog which is the pingback list.

  2. Julia, every time I visited my cousin, I made a trip (or two…) to that market. Just around the corner was a tiny shop that made fresh crumpets and there was so much more. I took my son up there several years ago and have a photo of him catching a salmon. There are also photos of that same woman with her flowers. She had some arrangements of flowers that also had fruits and vegetables worked in. There are a lot of memories there. Thanks for the walk down memory lane. 🙂

    Lea

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