The best shots - photos - images of dandelion flower

The best shots - Photos - Images of dandelion flower
The best shots of dandelion flower

Above are the best shots - photos - images of dandelion flower I like. And below are the most famous quotes about dandelions:

1. “Most of the dandelions had changed from suns into moons.” ― Vladimir Nabokov

2. “Have you ever felt as if your dreams were more memorable, more alive, than what you knew to be reality? Have your dreams ever seemed so tangible as to make you question upon waking if you’d truly only dreamt them? Have they at times been addictive enough to consume your waking hours; blurring actuality and pretend together until your wishes and passions stare back at you with open eyes?

If only dreams could be reality, that beautiful garden of sweet-smelling roses we all long for. But reality for me is no such bed of roses. It is nothing but a field of unwanted dandelions."

- From the thoughts of Annabelle Fancher” ― Richelle E. Goodrich, Dandelions: The Disappearance of Annabelle Fancher

3. “I had a dream about you. We were in a field picking dandelions for the king when a strong breeze came. I threw myself in front of you to block the wind, because the king was balding and if even one dandelion floret fell out we’d lose our heads. Well, you’d lose your head. I was just a walking torso, so I had nothing to lose but your love.
” ― Jarod Kintz, We Had A #Dream About You

4. “The blood dried on his good hand, he passed his palm over her hair. It curled about his wrist and sprung back into displace as the breeze fluttered by. In the firelight, it was golden like the dandelions of which she’d spoken. The ones that had grown along the Franklin riverbank in late summer. The ones he had lost any faith in since he’d committed his first murder there.”  ― V.S. Carnes

5. “There is nothing in the world more pathetic than a bunch of wilted dandelions.” ― Shannon Wiersbitzky, What Flowers Remember

6. “Last summer I spent almost an hour blowing dandelions off their stems towards him, so that he had a chance to wish for everything he wanted.” ― Helen Oyeyemi, Mr. Fox