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Friday, October 15, 2010

Fuzzy-Headed

I am not sure what type of weed/wildflower this is - I found it at the edge of a field and thought it looked interesting.  It has a fuzzy-topped head and was soft, even though it looks prickly.



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Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

xoxo,
SouthernSass

28 comments:

  1. Wow! Whatever it is, it sure is gorgeous. Great shot! =)

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  2. Ewww, it looks like a flower made up of worms! But it's still pretty!

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  3. Very pretty ~ lovely fall coloring too :)

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  4. This is beautiful..So interesting!

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  5. Whatever it is it's really pretty, with lovely autumn colours too!

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  6. Whatever it is, I love it! The coloring is amazing too!

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  7. Isn't nature amazing?! That is so cool!

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  8. Now where'd ya find that?! Very cool.

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  9. Whoa, that is very interesting; great capture - I love what I see when I carry my camera around that I might otherwise not notice!

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  10. it's like a firework explosion, a great shot

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  11. FABULOUS macro! love all the texture that we can see, brilliant! thanks for your well wishes yesterday, have a great weekend!

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  12. It kind of looks like a sea creature with tentacles - awesome shot!

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  13. WOW. I have NEVER seen anything like that in my life. Amazing capture. Great job!

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  14. :) It make me laugh with all those squiggles.

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  15. Those spikes are cool on that plant - great macro

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  16. Whatever it is, it sure is pretty, and you captured it beautifully!

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  17. love the lighting in it....it's so unique looking!

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  18. Weird.....and so beautiful! Great shot!

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  19. That is beautiful. YOu took a great picture!

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  20. That is so beautiful and interesting at the some time.

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  21. The may be one of the coolest plants I've ever seen! Amazing!

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  22. Totally a southern thing....never seen such an interesting weed!

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  23. Thank you everyone - I am trying to get around and visit all of you!

    Ashley - you make me laugh! :) It found it at the edge of a dirt road in a field growing wild. Don't know exactly what to make of it, but if it is interesting I will snap a pic!

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  24. what ever it is, it sure is pretty!

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