Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
A lone dandelion puffball captures the sun’s evening rays.
Chris, thanks very much.
Simple and beautiful!! Fantastic colours, light and DOF; they are a fabulous frame for the dandelion.
Thanks for the support, Santi!
Such a lovely image from something so simple. 🙂
Vicky, thanks so much!
Mmm, why does my husband dislike them so? 🙂
Maybe you need to buy him a camera. Thanks, Lilly.
Very nice, Brian…and to hell with the lawn! 🙂
I agree — thanks, seekraz!
Vibrant and crisp. Perfectly lovely!
Thank you, Snapshooter!
Looks like a little cosmos all unto itself. And I agree, to hell with the lawn! I like dandelions 😉 Lovely!
The lawn can always take a back seat for a few days…thanks, Susie!
I recently uploaded a similar picture: http://lifeinametropolis.wordpress.com/2012/04/16/april-photo-a-day-16-flower/
I’ll take a look. Thank you!
That’s a very shallow DOF. What lens did you use for this one, Brian?
This was a 55-200mm lens at 200mm and f/5.6. Thanks.
I like 🙂
Makes me want to make a wish! Beautiful!
Hopefully it will come true…thanks, Tammy!
I love Dandelions. You show the beauty of their seed stage in this lovely shot. Many thanks for sharing. Shelley
We have thousands of these things in the goat paddock right now, in their yellow stages. You have brought this simple flower up to the sublime, to the point that I would give it a place in my dining room vase. Beautiful.
Thank you for visiting, and Liking, the Norwegian Artist.
This is a beauty Brian. Thanks for sharing such a moment. You may like this: http://leroywatson4.wordpress.com/2012/04/17/the-way-of-zen/ Happy day!
Thanks, Leroy. I will check it out.
The best pictures marvel through their simplicity!
Thanks for the observation!
very simple but very beautiful
Polly, thanks for the feedback.
beautifuly captured.. ; )
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