Nature Pic of the Day - 20120813 - Dandelions at Sunset
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August 13, 2012: Dandelions at Sunset
Dandelions in Kent, WA.
Credit & Copyright: Diana Leigh from Kent, WA
Dandelions at Sunset: They are usually an unwelcome sight, but there is always an exception to the rule!

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2012-09-07 01:36:21
Leann from Los Angeles about 10years ago said:
Love this picture!
Sam Greley from East of the Pacific Ocean about 10years ago said:
Great photo. Makes me want to blow the those fluffy little things and see them sparkly in the sun.
Vicki Meek from Leawood, Kansas about 10years ago said:
Absolutely stunning! Diana, you are amazing.Thanks for sharing nature's beauty.
Robin from Burbank about 10years ago said:
Mira from India about 10years ago said:
Oh so very beautiful! Simplicity is queen.
Laura from Brasil about 10years ago said:
This dandelions are wonderful with this great light, Diana, Beautiful photo! And Christine said beautiful words about this moment. Hugs to you!
Leah Greeley from Grover Beach, CA about 10years ago said:
Oh, Diana. That is absolutely lovely. You are a master photographer and I'm not just saying that because I'm partial.
Billy from Burbank about 10years ago said:
Penny from Pagosa Springs, CO about 10years ago said:
Diana, Outstanding!! I love the way you captured the last ray of sunshine at just the right time. As always, excellent photography
Inge from Canada about 10years ago said:
I whole heartedly agree with Christine.It warms my heart learn that there are others who like these much maligned little beauties.
Christine from Australia about 10years ago said:
Light and shadow beautifully captured. I hear the song of nature. Dandelion! one of my absolute favourites. Little yellow suns that grow in the most adverse conditions to delight those who truly see and not label them as undesirables. They gladden those of us who are children at heart and make the little umbrellas fly up into the sky. :)
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