The Messenger

Planten som bærer bud om at våren har kommet, og at hvis vi ikke ganske omgående finner frem ugressmiddel eller på annen måte fjerner den, så vil våre nærmeste omgivelser – hagen inkludert – være ‘gule’ i årene som kommer!
Jeg har moret meg litt med å fotografere den med litt forskjellige lyssettinger.  For – dekorativ er den jo – tross alt?!
The plant alerting us to the fact that the spring is here to stay, and that if we don’t instantly bring our herbicides into play, our surroundings – garden included – will be bright yellow for the next years to come!
I have amused myself shooting pictures of this plant under a bit different light settings.
(Compliments of SRB)
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4 Responses to The Messenger

  1. Seenorway says:

    Hi, Sue-
    I think it is largely dependant on who you’re talking to? People that do not use it in salads, soups, tea or whatever have a tendency to turn thumbs donward! Especially if you have a garden with lawns of a certain size 🙂 But yellow flowers that grow where nothing else will, should perhaps be cherished?
    Here it grows straight out of the asphalt on one side of the house (and is allowed to do so), but we remove it from the lawn on the other side. If we didn’t, it would all become kind of yellow in a very short time!

  2. I love the humble Dandelion and its colourful delights, and living clocks.. So much can be gained from the dandelion, in terms of healing properties, yet we discard it as a weed..
    Wishing you a very peaceful weekend Svein.. Hugs Sue xx

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