I like the full heads of dandelion seeds before the wind hits them, and also the remnants, hanging on for dear life.
That’s a super picture!
Tom – Thanks. It gives me the sense of hanging on for dear life, although I suppose the seeds are actually ready to go.
Here’s another paradox — there can be perfection in imperfection.
Jim – 🙂
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