Weekly Photo Challenge : Fray

Share a photo of what “fray” means to you — it could be a tear in a favorite pair of jeans, a street rumble just about to begin, or a friend diving into an oncoming wave at the beach.

That is the challenge from WP this week.

Quite a difficult one. Finally I’ve found some photos that I think will say “fray”.


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I don’t know what sort of insect this is, it is the shape of a dragonfly but I have never seen one this colour. I think, maybe, it is at the end of its life cycle its wings look very frayed.

Look up at the fronds of palm trees they are always frayed and straggly looking, especially after a storm when the wind has whipped through them.

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Many tropical plants have frayed looking leaves.

Finally I have chosen this strange-looking water plant with a frayed, fluffy looking flower.

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18 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Fray

  1. Lovely photos!

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  3. I think you’ve caught frayed alright!

  4. The man looking frayed going through the jungle.

  5. Beautiful photos. The last one is special1

  6. And not forgetting Jack with his ‘frayed’ beard heading into the fray! 😀

  7. These are all lovely. The dragonfly is my favourite!

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