dandelion

wishing…

health, wealth, and prosperity: Om Vasudhare Svaha

weekly photo challenge:  simple

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42 Responses to “dandelion”

  1. a bruised wish also
    stirs in the
    wind, echoes
    with an etude
    of a hundred seedlings
    preparing to loosen
    like stylish white
    scarves, surrendering,
    lost, studied
    .
    20120122:1141
    y

  2. WOW! What a photo!!!

  3. My kids used to call these the birthday flowers and would sing and then blow out the seeds. A photo in a beautiful light. Enjoy your work.

  4. The photo is so stirringly stunning but the poem really amazing! Wonderful photographer and poet, multi-talented, I’m a bit jealous 😉

  5. Love, love, love it! I have a big affection about dandelions and this one is sooo perfect!

  6. Wonderful photo Yi-Ching!

  7. P.S. – Here’s my entry for this week – http://wp.me/pPyQY-ww

  8. So simplistic yet powerful. Beautiful.

  9. […] bruised wish also stirs in the wind, echoes with an etude of a hundred seedlings preparing to loosen like stylish white scarves, surrendering, lost, studied . 20120122:1038 […]

  10. Great shot, loved it. 🙂

  11. wow! what a fabulous shot. so well, the beauty in simplicity.

  12. Beautifully composed – lovely colors. Great photo.
    ~Anne

    • thank you! wow, is that a painting or a photograph on your post for the “simple” challenge? it looks like a Truffula Tree from the Lorax! unreal! thank you for sharing.

  13. A really beautiful shot. I should say that I like the nature-photography direction you’re on lately… a nice contrast to you equally brilliant urban photos
    peace, –D

  14. Simply perfect! Thanks for the share 🙂
    BTW it’s spelled “dent de lion” (french words for “lion’s tooth”)

  15. simply stunning capture

  16. I consistently enjoy your work. Nice job

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