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Oh do I ever miss dandelions. I cannot wait till the snow melts and we see those cheery yellow flowers again.
As a child, I'd gather a bouquet of dandelions for my mother and she'd put them in a little glass jar for the kitchen table. Then I used to love blowing the seeds off into the air and call them "fairies" floating in the wind. Awesome photo! Have a great week,LeslieABCW Team
They are lovely. I just picked the first fresh dandelion leaves for my bearded dragon, he enjoyes eating both leaves and flowers very much.
I think all of us are SO ready to see happy, yellow Dandelions again!! These are beautiful! Delightful shot for the day! I love it! Hope your week is going well! SylviaABC Team
I sure don't like them in my grass or garden, but I have to admit they are quite pretty and a great shade of yellow.
Dandelions don't usually appear until the daffodils start dieing off.
A dear flower to shoot :)
Dandelion flowers themselves are not so ugly, we just hate them invading our perfect, green lawns. One day, I am going to try dandelion wine.
Brought up with the tale that if i picked a dandelion I would need the toilet??? Have you heard that one before? We are going to have a go at making Dandelion wine & beer! hic!Great idea for ABC Wednesday - everybody will have a memory of this don't you think?DeniseABC Wednesday
I love dandelions and have never understood why some are treated as weeds. I think they are lovely growing wild in grass. Great shot for the theme.
Well, another person who can see the bright side of dandelions! Delightful!
I love the the first flowering when they line the country lanes, but not later in the year when they are growing through my paving.
I like dandelions; I call them the John Deere flower...and they make excellent wine!Jane x
Love the brightness of dandelions. I generally have a fairly robust crop! Great shot!
I like them alright when they are cheery yellow flowers, it's the empty stalks standing in my freshly mowed lawn that I don't care for.Good D word. My dad thought they made good to eat too.
You're right, Andy, and it's a long time until dandelion season in Alberta, but I'm visiting my family on the warm west coast. I've seen crocuses coming up - so after C, D-for-dandelion can't be far behind.-- K
Here comes dandelion. Many people don't like this flower because they think it's a weed. For me it's a flower and makes my ground beautiful. ^_^ Happy Wednesday!ABC-Wednesday
Dandelions is such a good D-word! Have you ever read the novel Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury?Nice photo.Purrs,Sara CatSara Cat's ABCWedrd-8-D 'D as in Dog'
perfect entry...gorgeous shot!Check out my ABC Wednesday entry too! Thanks a lot, much appreciated!
Wonderful flower shot and great choice for the letter D.