This week, Ann-Christine leads LAPC Soft – “So many things are Soft…to look at, to touch, to listen to… we even have software for our technical devices.”
Soft snow under the soft early morning sunlight:
Soft weeds make you want to touch it.
Two fawns are sitting on soft green grass field comfortably.
I can feel the softness of these ducklings.
“Sometimes its not the strength but gentleness that cracks the hardest shells.”
–Richard Paul Evans
On Feb. 11, 2021, the U.S. Postal Service honors Professor Emerita Chien-Shiung Wu (1912-1997), one of the most influential nuclear physicists of the 20th century, with a commemorative Forever stamp. “Chien-Shiung Wu led a life of many firsts: the first female president of the American Physical Society, the first woman hired by Columbia Physics Department as a tenured faculty member, and the first living scientist to have an asteroid named in her honor.” — Columbia University. Wu’s awards include Wolf Prize in Physics, National Medal of Science for Physical Science, and more.
Thank you for joining in Patti’s Subjects Starting with the Letter–S. We have enjoyed your creative and fabulous S photo collections! This week, Ann-Christine’s photos for the soft theme are are wonderful to look at and beautiful that you want to touch them. We are looking forward to seeing your interpretation. Please link to Ann-Christine’s post and add the Lens-Artists tag.
I will be hosting Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #138 next week–Natural Light.