Posted on April 3, 2012
By Michael Griffiths
3rd April, 2012: Hoo Wood this morning.
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve
Going to seed already, we have yet to see our first dandelion bloom, thanks MJ
Dandelions go to seed quickly.
great focus and use of shallow depth of field.
Can I tell you my dandelion story? Years and years ago when my oldest son was about 5 or 6 years old, we walked down the street and saw a yard covered in dandelions. You couldn’t see the lawn for all the golden dandelion blossoms. I wrinkled my nose because I immediately saw all the white seeds drifting across to my lawn and taking over. I said to my son rather incredulously, “Look at that!” He looked. And he said, “Oh, wow! They are so beautiful!” I was startled because I obviously saw a weed. But he saw them for what they were in the moment, beautiful. And you know what? They didn’t affect my lawn one bit. So, that’s my dandelion story.
I love how perfectly round your seeded bloom is.
What a lovely story, Dezra. Thank you. 🙂
an explosion of life … could be a supernova! such an excellent photo … i am having trouble with my macro setting, just had to delete some i tried this afternoon, so i need practice 🙂
Practice is good. 🙂
Delicate and so pretty.
Thanks for your comment, Sofia. 🙂
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