Dandelion Whine

” No price is set on the lavish summer;
June may be had by the poorest comer.”
– James Russell Lowell

Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

10 thoughts on “Dandelion Whine”

  1. It must have been dead calm when you took this photo. I am almost stunned the thing had not flown apart. I see people can capture these but I was never so lucky.

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  2. *gardenpath — now that is intriguing! I’ve had several over the years, but thought I’d deleted them all. :)

  3. Good to catch up with you (finally) now that I’m back in the land of the very-connected. It’s been an interesting couple of months.
    You already know I’m quite partial to dandelions and don’t whine about them at all. Now buttercups, on the other hand….;-)

  4. excellent shot Nancy. I embrace the dear dandelion — have you seen my recent photos at Flickr of the dear dandelion? :)

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  5. Nancy, do you think there might be a way to capture the dandilion in fabric? A quilt in white fluffy rounds… hmmm. Like Jodi above I am partial to dandilions they are the bringers on spring and the announcement of summer, a field dotted with those yellow and white tufts is priceless…

  6. great photo Nancy. As I was watching my daughter at her riding lesson yesterday I spotted a perfect dandelion seed head and was wishing for my camera. Too funny to visit you this morning and see yours! It’s a dandy.

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