I’ve taken photos of this weed before but tonight the light on them caught my eye.
Very soft and light. Wonderful photos.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thank you, Francine.
This sounds weird, but the last pic reminds me of champagne glasses on their sides (reminds me of the stem of the glass and goblet). Actually, in looking at the first pic again, it does, too.
It’s not weird. They do look like little glasses on their side.
This is a wonderful capture normally they would be blowing all over the place… wonderful..
There were a bunch of these in garden and most of them had mostly blown away. But there are still more that haven’t bloomed yet. I guess its time to weed the garden.
These are gorgeous, Maralee. I LOVE dandelion clocks!
Thank you, Marianne.
Beautiful, Maralee. I LOVE that second shot: so beautiful in B&W!
Thank you so much.
How delicate and lovely!
Thank you so much.
These are all wonderful, but I have to cast my vote for the black and white one. Stunning!
Thanks Carissa. Your black and white photos inspire me to try more black and white.
diversity from one subject – very creative
Thank you, Scott.
Beautiful and delicate … my favorite weed object too, my camera love it too. The top photo is my pick.
Thank you, Viveka. I think they are prettier when they turn to seed than when they’re flowering.
I agree … so delicate and soft !!!!
Simply beautiful. I just found your blog through the wonderful serendipity of crawling around on other blogs. Your work is stunning. I’m following you now and I look forward to my daily photo of zen. Thank you!
Thank you so much. I appreciate your comments and support.
Thank you, Lois.
So very beautiful, and with great details. Love it!
Thank you, Inga. It’s amazing what nature does.
Especially in the last one the composition fascinated me. So artistic. Thank you dear Maralee, you are doing great shots. Love, nia
Thanks so much, Nia.
Very nice photos, Tuxedo.
Thank you, Bente.
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