Flowers from my archive’s and camera roll.
“Where flowers bloom, so does hope.” – Lady Bird Johnson
This wonderful plant has so many uses and yet is often neglected in our society. The primary use of the dandelion plant is for its superior liver cleansing qualities. The plant is a powerhouse of nutrients! -Valerie Hoffman
Posted for Bren’s Flower of the Day and Cee’s Flower of the Day
A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill except for learning how to grow in rows. – Doug Larson
24 thoughts on “Floral joy~2”
Beautiful monochrome image… the lighting is just perfect xx
Thanks, you have to pick the right time..
Beautiful images . I saw this yellow dandelion…so pretty. Anita
Beautiful photos. I especially like the first one how you zoomed in – you can see how soft it is.
Thanks Corna, 🙂
I really like the monochrome photo and the last photo. Well done! 🙂
Thanks so much for your comment, gald you liked it
You’re welcome. 🙂
Terrific dandelion photos 😀
Thanks Cee, much appreciated 🙂
I call them wind kisses..
Is that where your blog name came from?
good question Janet?
Weelllll, there are a few stories around the name. It came about when my grandkids lived in Colorado and then Nebraska. We would throw kisses into the wind and see where they would land. (A cheek, chin, nose) They still do it today, and our youngest just learned it and calls everyday. Lol she thinks it is hilarious. Very sweet.
A much better story than a dandelion. 😁😘
How interesting, your blog name due to that… as wind kisses are very much on the move
I like the monochrome shot too, Ritva. It really showcases the delicate beauty of the dandelion.
Love the monochrome
Thanks, I like it the best also.
for a wees it is incredibly photogenic 🙂
It can be!
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