Weekly Photo Challenge : Graceful.


memories-of-summer-2016

To me this is graceful.

The delicate seed head … you can almost feel the softness of it and the gritty seeds contained within. A breeze will separate the seeds and they will float off … to create another brilliant, yellow dandelion flower.

No – your eyes haven’t gone funny on you. This is one of my photographs that I’ve digitally enhanced. I felt it emphasized the shape and grace of the flower – turned to seed. I hope that’s allowed!

 

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Thanks for dropping by.

Dorne x

6 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Graceful.

    • Yes it is and thanks.
      I’m aiming to jump back into the blogosphere pool. I’ve been out of it for a while… as we sometimes are. x

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