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Green Park, London, June 2011, c.b.w.
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I have always loved fields of daisies (or any other kind of wildflower, for that matter).
Me, too. :-) They always elicit such a joyous feeling.
Great quote..I remember this feeling, I used to love daisy fields..
When I saw those kids running through those daisies, a million childhood memories came flooding back. I just had to try and capture that. :-)
Beautiful photo! Oh my!
Thanks! :-) It’s one of those shots I can’t believe I got.
A lovely park … and photo! I love it when flowers grow like that …
I love Green Park. I went there several times for a nice place to read and write – it tends to be a bit quieter than its cousin, Hyde Park. :-)
Ah, memories of growing up in a suburb with woods behind our house and a field of daisies beside it! Thanks for this! :)
I grew up in a place where daisies lined the roads. I loved picking them and bringing them home.
Sounds lovely! :)
I have got to get to London. Beautiful as always.
I’ll never ceased to be amazed at how beautiful London is, despite being such a large city. :-)
Green certainly is a good name. We watched a movie that had me thinking about you “Oxford Murders” it had a lot of street scenes and a bookstore named Blakewell’s. I think. Anyway, strange movie but I loved the scenery.
If I’m not mistaken, Blackwell’s is in Mayfair (a borough of London) and I’m pretty sure I walked by it on one of my wanderings. :-)
Couldn’t agree more. My mind, heart and my soul have play dates together every day. :-)
Life sure is a lot more fun when we are willing to play. :-)
sweet words for such a lovely photo! LOVE the pops of color amidst all the green!
I was planning to write a full poem for this photo, but the one line was all that came out. I decided to let it stand alone and it seems to be working. :-)
This is one of those shots where everything came together. Light, color, and subject all aligned for a split second. :-)
What a wonderful photo and memory! It seems like one of MY memories, even though I’ve not been at that spot. I think you’ve touched the archetypal memory bank with your photo and words.
That’s what I was hoping to do and I’m beyond happy that it seems to be conjuring some lovely childhood memories for so many people. :-)
How I wish to be there! Dancing through the blooms, or laying down, looking giddily up through the petals. It’s the escapist in me!
It’s the eternal child in me! :-)
Thank you – It’s a shot I almost didn’t take, but I’m glad my muse got the better of me. :-)
I’ve mentioned before how much I like your pictures…this one just proves further that you have a great eye :)
Thanks! :-) Sometimes life throws you a beautiful scene and you just have to take the shot.
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