May 28, 2009 Photo Sixty-nine

By: Richard T Haines

Jun 12 2009

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Category: Geometric Composition, Shallow Depth of Field, Texture

1 Comment

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:5.7mm
ISO:64
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:KODAK EASYSHARE M1063 DIGITAL CAMERA

It’s a weed.

But it’s funny how we all attach so many memories and images to these weeds. A million children blowing little parachutes of fluff into the sky.

Spreading the seed. It’s a little twisted actually. And how about the old “popping a baby’s head off” rhyme that used to go along with the popping the top of yellow dandelions. Or the habit of rubbing them into our flesh until we are discolored?

I bet nobody reads this little rant.

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One comment on “May 28, 2009 Photo Sixty-nine”

  1. I was a habitual dandelion beheader when I was little.


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