Weekly Photo Challenge: GROWTH

With spring being the time of birth, summer certainly is the time of growth when every little thing in nature is bursting with life. A dandelion just may be a perfect representative of one of these little things showing the splendor of life and growth.

Here it is … a dandelion after it has reached the end of its growth cycle, just before being blown on the wind ….

Blow on it … Make a wish! While you are at it, listen to The Rolling Stones’ Dandelion.

 

 

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91 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: GROWTH

  1. If it’s really growth – yeah – the answer is blowing in the wind – when they come floating in the larger clouds of seeds – so it can be a beautiful sight – if one don’t have a lawn… ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    • ๐Ÿ˜€ I am getting a tiny bit narcisistic about these shots… I have been replying to comments absorbing my own frames and at one point I caught myself saying:: paula you are a genius :D. The fact is I did not have to crop these and I felt proud :). But you should see some other crappy shots I have ๐Ÿ˜€ from a bronze statue near my work. Genius can’t strike you every day, right?

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    • Oh shoot, Arlen, listen.. this means a lot coming from you, but as from the start I declined every single award that came my way .. it was Versatile Blogger Award – twice, Lovely Blog Award, and there was Inspiring Blogger Award.. how can I say “yes” now to you. If you want to know what I think of these nominations, I ask you to come to my blog and look for them. I am aware you find my blog worth the award, but I don’t think right in accepting it. Everyone does what they can with their personal virtual space, and rating it in some way is not right to me. My award is that you have recognized my page as one worth seeing/reading/listening and I beg you not to be offended with my declination. Please accept my appologies. Hugs, Paula

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    • Hello Arlen, how are you? someone here entered me in a photography contest with this post, and I was wondering if you would like to vote for me there. The link has been added in the last sentence in this post, just above the pictures ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • I can understand. I also work (as a translator) for a company that is about to become a government agency, and all decisions about our jobs are made by the government…..

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