dandelion

9:21 AM Posted by James Owens

18 comments:

S. Etole said...

Such vibrant sunshine in such a humble plant.

Roxana said...

:-)

this yellow!

Lady Jo said...

cette petite fleur est pleine de ressources, j'aime les pissenlits....

lissa said...

dreamy...

ps, I left a comment at your guest post at clarie b's blog

veredit said...

as if all the light of the world united in this flower, and yet she also emits a tremendous softness of ... it is such a wonderful sight, he will give me nice dreams. I embrace you warmly

Isabella

Sorlil said...

I've never thought of the dandelion as beautiful before this picture. Such a painterly quality to this, I don't know how you did it!

Tammie Lee said...

soft and dreamy~

James Owens said...

Susan: Little suns scattered on the grass...

James Owens said...

Roxana: Primăvara îngerii vorbesc o limbă culori. Galbenul e cuvântul bucurie :-)

James Owens said...

LadyJo: Moi aussi, j’adore le contraste des pissenlits qui brillent sur de l’herbe verte après la pluie, une vraie tapisserie. C’est un mystère qu’on tente de les arracher de son jardin....

James Owens said...

Lissa: I'm glad to make you dream. And thanks for visiting Claire, too.

James Owens said...

Isabella: I hope your dreams are happy :-)

James Owens said...

Sorlil: I'm not sure I know either ... but I'm glad you like it :-)

James Owens said...

Tammie Lee: Welcome! I'm happy you found something you like.

Roxana said...

o limbă în culori? de culori?

ai dreptate :-)

Anne said...

Une fleur de soleil pour Pâques: merci, James, c'est superbe!
Pourquoi arrache-t-on les fleurs de pissenlit de son jardin? La réponse sur mon blog demain...
Joyeuses Pâques!
Anne

James Owens said...

Roxana: :-)

"o limbă de culori"

Anna said...

So artistic!
Anna :)