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Oversized breed of dandelion, late afternoon sun.
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thecr4zYc4ndY Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2009
You've been featured: [link] :hug:
I hope you'll like my article:D
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2009
Cool, very cool. I'm flattered. Thanks! Scott
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douapuncteics Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2008
You have been featured here: [link] !:giggle:
Please check out the article, comment it and :+favlove: it if you want, so more people can check all these beautiful deviations including yours! :smooch:
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2008
Thanks! Very flattering!

Scott
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kurde-no Featured By Owner May 15, 2008
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VioletEvans Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007
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Your deviation has been featured in my journal: [link]

It's a Dandelion Feature, feel free to stop by and check it out. I hope you don't mind, and if you'd like it to be removed please just send me a note. Have a nice day! :aww:

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solodaddy Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2007
Cool. Very cool! Thanks!

Scott
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VioletEvans Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2007
You're welcome! :)
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007
Thanks!

Scott
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ahmedwkhan Featured By Owner May 4, 2007
featured: [link]
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Xerxzed Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2006
you did it again!!
nice and simple! in fact, what I like here is...
is that you didn't capture the whole seed pod-
just enough so that the viewer understands what their looking at.
simple yet different- in focus and definition- really cool!

great ideas! thanks,
Xerxzed
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2006
Thank you kindly!

Scott
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jhoony Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Very nice:) I love dandelions:D
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2006
Thank you, appreciated!

Scott
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celinemeisser Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006
beautiful!!!!
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2006
Thank you!

Scott
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wytrvn Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2006  Professional Photographer
This is probably Goats-Beard or Salsify... much taller than dandelions & different leaf, but with the same sort of tap root.
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2006
Oops. Rpelied in the wrong spot. Yep, salsify, western salsify to be exact.
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wytrvn Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2006  Professional Photographer
We have it groing wild here, in the east, as well. I've never seen the pink version.
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Mamotte Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2006
amazing! well done.
i admire this photo! :+fav:
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nummerni Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2006
the light from the right side of the photo does wonders for the image, providing a different contrast, brightness...really works well with the muted, soft area to the left.

very well done...as always

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solodaddy Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2006
Thank you sir!

Scott
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FelisLynx Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Very beautiful motive and colours.
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Wessonnative Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2006
OK...I KNOW how tough it is to get a closeop of a dandelion like this one, and you have really impressed me with this capture. It seems that if someone starts up a window fan from 50 miles away that a dandelion will move in the breeze. To catch one this steady long enough to get such an extreme closeup is just great. Of course, it goes without saying that the composition and DOF is great. Have you tried this in grayscale? I was just curious how it looked if you did. Wonderful...
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2006
Thank you!

Yeah, I have it in black & white, one the first shots I posted here.

Scott
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Wessonnative Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2006
Well, don't I feel like an idiot.... I guess I need to go back through your Gallery. I must have missed it the first time through. Sorry.... :(
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Po-e Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2006
it's perfec detail.... hmm, what do you use lens?
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2006
Well, it's a point and shoot camera, an ol' Nikon Coolpix 995, only 3.2 megapixel. But it does well for macro, part of why I bought it.

Scott
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Po-e Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2006
heh, really, this camera can take great photos, but only in good hands :) great..
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featherwoman Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2006
Is that a flower?That dandelion?
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2006
It 'was' a flower. It goes to seed just a like a dandelion, except it's about two inches in diameter.

Scott
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sudcaliforniano Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2006
Wow. Amazing forms
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solodaddy Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2006
Thank you!

Scott
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nivek2002 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2006
Awesome photo! Have any snapshots of the whole thing? I have never seen a huge dandelion, thats cool!
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