Joanne at Coffee Fuels My Photography! nominated me for this challenge called Seven Day Nature Photo Challenge. I love Joanne’s beautiful photography and I really enjoy her sense of humor! I highly recommend that you check out her blog.
For this post, I would like to nominate Tyler at The ancient eavesdropper.
If anyone who follows me would like to be nominated to participate in this challenge, please leave a message in the comments … I would be more than happy to nominate you. I know so many of you have already participated!
I hope you enjoy my nature choices! Here is DAY 3:
I keep waiting for beautiful blossoms to appear in our yard. So far we’ve had daffodils that were killed off in the last two freezes, and now we have dandelions. There seem to be a few buds appearing in places, though. Sigh… My hubby tells me I’m impatient, that spring is just getting started. But my neighbor has beautiful bright blossoms and I want some, too, so there! 😛 Okay, yes, I do like dandelions but I’m holding out for so much more! LOL
Thanks, Cee. I’m surprised how quickly the yellow flowers turn to seed! 😆
Isn’t it something how dandelions can survive most anything Linda? This image so vivid I want ot give a wee puff to see if the seeds shall scatter. 🙂
We do seem to have quite a few dandelions in one area. But they’re gone in a puff! 😉
What a special capture of the full bloom dandelion! 🙂
Aw, thanks, Amy! Not everyone likes them but I do! 😄
Ah, dandelion wishes, one of my all-time FAVOURITES of Mother Nature!😃
Now that is a true statement for me, too! Love it! 😻
dandelions are weeds do you want weeds or flowers?
The other man’s grass is always greener, or more colourful, in this case. Be patient. 🙂
Patient? I’m sorry, I don’t think I understand that word! 😆🌷
I love dandelions shots like these!
Thanks, Frances! Me, too! 😄
These little puff balls are so beautiful, but I hate to see them. I know that the number of seeds they carry will bring me more headaches of trying to get rid of these dastardly dandelions.
Uh, oh, I wonder if the ones I blew away ever made it to your house? 😀
I always admire when people can get a nice close up of these dandelions – and yours is crisp and clear….
Thanks, Y. They don’t last nearly as long as I remembered as a child! LOL!
Ha! – and somtiemes I wish I used the greens from dandelions – I used to follow a juice lady and she harvested the greens – hmmm
That’s a splendid dandelion image dear Linda!Both the flower,the little yellow beauty,and the seed head,are so impressive!I love dandelions and when they come up in the lawn of our garden, I tell our gardener not to touch them.They are a nice surprise in the green carpet.Here in Greece,we buy dandelions in the supermarket and we boil them.They make a nice side dish,we serve them with olive and lemon juice.Loved your response to the challenge,I don’t bother about your neighbour’s blossoms …. 🙂 ❤ xxx
Thanks, Doda! I love dandelions, too. I know some people hate them and think they just ruin their lawn. I suppose it would depend on how manicured it is maybe. Someone told me once that there are different kinds of dandelions. Some you can cook and/or make tea from like you do. I have no idea if these that grow wild here can be used in that way. But, I don’t think I’ll experiment! LOL!
I love them Linda,they pop up their heads and look like little suns … 🙂 xxx