A Challenge in White

Just when I thought it was time to put away my snowy pictures, along came a photo challenge in White from Sunday Stills. What could I do? Share a few more from our recent snowstorm, for starters!

But enough with the snow! I’m ready for spring! Let’s move on to flowers with these beauties from Soos Creek Botanical Garden.

Finally, there’s nothing quite as white as clouds against a blue sky!

And that should do for white!

“Ahem!”

“Oh, sorry Tiger!”

Here’s the handsome Tiger – relaxing with touches of white –

from head to toe.

And now, that will do.

– Susanne

17 Comments on “A Challenge in White

  1. Pingback: Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge #White: Life Inside a Snow Globe – Second Wind Leisure Perspectives

  2. The cats’ white parts are cute, Susanne! I’m sure they had fun posing (or sleeping)! You really got a dumping of snow judging by the disappearing bicycle in your yard! Wow! Hope the snow is melting…unlike ours which melts a little then re-freezes. Lovely clouds, too, we had a few today rather than that darn fog, which meant the sun came out for a bit! Love the florals–a nice uplift!

    • Thanks, Terri! Tiger always loves to get into the picture when he can! He’s so expressive I love to include him! ๐Ÿ™‚ I think we got over 6 inches of snow at our place, and it stuck around for over a week. It’s long since melted away which is fine with me, I’m ready for spring! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. They are all great pictures, but Iโ€™m especially jealous of the white flowers and spiderweb. I often struggle to get the light and angle right to capture spiderwebs. You make it look effortless!

  4. Great selection, Susanne. I’m glad to hear the snow has melted and conditions have improved somewhat.

  5. Beautiful photos. I loved the flowers with the web. I could look at snow photos forever. I love Terri’s challenges

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