Mellow Yellow Monday: Wind-Blown


 

If I knew your names,
wind-blown flowers, I would tell
stars to sing to you.

 
© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
Photo taken in southern Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.
 
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Posted on April 11, 2010, in Arizona, Mellow Yellow Monday, my digital photos, my haiku, Sonoran Desert. Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. awww. that’s a lovely thought … splendid shot!

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  2. u change my perception about desert. I used to think that it is just nothing but endless tract of sand. 🙂

  3. Beautiful photo. I think the wind through the grasses sings them a symphony anyway!

  4. Why not call them Starsong Daisies?

  5. Love this. It’s like a little invading army of yellow flowers about to overrun the ridge.

  6. Great little flowers!

  7. this is beautiful! i love them!

    Mellow Yellow

  8. How very simple and very pretty!

  9. These flowers must look like drops of sunshine floating in the long grasses! Lovely!

  10. Pretty flowers, I can feel they’re blowin’ by the wind.

  11. That is a beautiful depiction for Mellow Yellow. The breeze blowing the flowers….. doesn’t get more mellow than that!

    Great job!

  12. I feel like I’m right there with the wind-blown flowers. Nice shot.

  13. Desert flowers are special because they have to work so hard just to be there. Or so it seems.

  14. Great shot. Beautiful yellow blooms.

  15. wow, how lovely these flowers? it seems full of hope

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