During these early Spring mornings, the light is really something to cherish as a photographer, particularly while the nights are crisp.
Gardens around the neighbourhood gives the added incentive to walk to school, as the number and variety of flowers is increasing daily. At this time of the morning many of them are sporting dew-drops.
However today we stopped by our local Taraxacum farm, or overgrown median strip full of big, domed dandelions.
Picking up on a theme here?
With the macro still on-board, I mounted the camera onto my mini-tripod and set about assembling. I took some time to find a few neat angles, while my 5 year old waited patiently to have his turn with the weeds.
A number of dandelions may have been harmed soon after the shooting of this photo.