Hello! I love your photos and I realized how similar is Pakistan to Andalusian (Spain). We have the same flowers!. Congratulations for your eyes!!
congrats on starting your new daily photo blog!I look forward to seeing more of Lahore!
Here dandelions are considered a weed and people go to great lengths to get rid of them. They do make for good pictures.
Congratulations on starting the blog, and welcome to the community. Thanks too for the visit.I look forward to seeing you part of the world.
Thanks for this photo - it reminds us that the most normal and ignored items in our environment may actually be as complex and spectacular as great works of art or engineering - if we only slow down and look at them.
That's right, Benjamin, If we'd only slow down and look at them...Simply beautiful, Destitute Rebel. :)
it's very nice to have a daily photo from this part of the world. welcome to the daily photo family :)--from bogor, indonesia
nice photo! this turned out really clear... they're a very 'pretty' nuisance...
My kids love picking them up and blowing them away...a Dandelion was one of my first photos at Vienna Daily- here is my photo of one. Good day!
Dandelions are wonderful. A sure sign of summer here when they are up and blooming. We used to eat the green leaves when I was a kid during the war. And when they bloomed yellow it would be May here and school would be let out for the summer.You did a good job on the photograph.
Paula Thank you.Kitty thanks for stopping by and the warm welcome, hope to show you more of lahore.In Pakistan Dandelions are considered wild flowers and grow only in unused spaces usuall big grounds, & Mosque or church lawns this one was from a church lawn.Crazycow thanks.Benjamin madison, thannks for stopping by, i totally agree with you, sometimes the most insignificant things which are ignored can be so beautiful.Fenix, Thanks.Alaa, I'm glad you liked it, thanks for stopping by.Brian, thank you, it is for sure a very pretty nuisance.Gizelle, when we were kids we used to pick them up and blow them, in this part of the world they are called "old womans hair" and when you wish and blow at them, your wishes are granted.Thanks oldmanlincoln, havent had the greens of the dandelions but there used to be another wild plant with them which looked like the four leaf clover and was tangy.
Strange to see common "pissenlits" (dandelions) and mustard flowers with more exotic pictures for my French eyes.Welcome !
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