I came across this magnificent dandelion while on a solitary walk in West Yellowstone. It was the largest I had ever seen at approximately 6 inches in diameter. Although it's considered a pesky weed to people with manicured lawns, there, in the wilderness, it stood out in all it's beautiful intricacies.
I photographed this wonderful image of what used to be an old mill years ago. My objective in developing this art print was to convey the emotion of being in the presence of such a spectacular scene. One can only try.
I like to think the children are out for recess. I can honestly say that when I was going to school that I spent more than one occasion in the principal's office where he showed me the fine art of swinging a paddle similar to the one on the desk.