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Sometimes it's the adversity of a shot that makes for more creativity. This dandelion lookalike, but not size-alike (several feet tall and several inches in diameter) was on the other side of a chain-link fence. It caught my attention as I was riding my bike, and of course, I turned around and attempted to take some pictures with my lens right up to the openings in the fence. There were no good angles, or so I thought, but I took a few pictures anyway. As it turns out, it's the odd angle that created a more interesting composition for this piece that I fell in love with. This image is printed (I do my own printing) on a silvery luster paper that really plays up the dimension captured by the monotone.Use unframed image for color reference. Dimensions listed are for the unframed image. Framed image is approx. 15.5 x 13.5 Feel free to contact me for additional information.