GROWING GILLS ONE RAINY DAY AFTER ANOTHER
Oh gosh - they are just fabulous and captured so beautifully.Nina x
Spectacular! One of the first spring messengers, that never fails to lift the spirit. Oh, that cheerful yellow! They're called mælkebøtte in danish (including two of our 'special' letters ;) which means something like milk tub.
Your photography is so cativating. I will never look at a dandelion the same again. Thanks for making me take a step back and really see what is in the world around me.
I can't believe that I missed your last post..such vibrant colors !And this post made me pucker up and BLOW ... like I used to do as a child. You've brought back such nice memories.
You have given us the opportunity to see the beauty inthese little puff balls of white , I shall try and think of themdifferently in future!
Otherworldy, alien, stunning. ♥♥♥
You certainly have a genius for drawing tiny miracles from your camera. How can one look at these and not see the miracle in everyday, common, run-of-the-mill things?
Still so beautiful...
Wow ... makes me long for dandelions. Soon, soon. :)They may be drawing to an end, but all those lovely seeds will ensure a new crop of beauty.(And to think I just sent you a long email all about html code and how to correct spacing - by the looks of this post you've got it conquered!)
You've done it again ... these are awesome! Such detail in the smallest things :)
Wow, captivating is right. After viewing these, I can never look at a dandelion in quite the same way again!
Beautiful : )
Whoever thought a dandelion could be so stunning. Beautifully done :)Janine
Are you OK Ellen? Just hoping to get some more of your great photos.
oh they are exquisite Ellen, and I love your stormy skies too x
what a wonderful photo essay!!
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