Oh I love this delicate yet strong and dangerous. B
Those type of thistles can be pretty but they really are a nuisance weed.
We are gonna have a bumper crop of thistles this year! The drought preserved them I suppose. I walk around in gloves, scissors and a feed sack clipping blooms so they will not go to seed.Great pictures.
A simple but effective image.
both beautiful and both prime OUCH material...
Very beautiful photo for SWF!Thank you for sharing and have a great weekend!
bright skies are here to stay, right??! great shot. ( :
Nice shot, oh those evil thistles!
Awesome! I love barbed wire and the thistles are just enough higher than everything else to make a great composition!
What a great composition. And the title is perfect!
Simply beautiful. I really love this one.
I have to agree! Great compositon!! What's not to love about this snap?? Very sweet. I am not going to mention the evil thistles.. ;)
Very beautiful shot.
Beautiful sky and landscape.
It does appear as though the wire is protecting the thistles. Great image!
oh, i really like this!
Your title goes so well with the photograph. I definitely don't want to touch barbed wire, especially if it's "live."
Beautiful capture. Happy sky watching.My sky.
My fingers are feeling all prickly just looking at this photo. :))
Well done..Enjoy the weekend
Yikes, I won't touch! :)
Love thistle ~ great composition in your photography for SWF ^_^
Great shot of the sky and fence.
Hi, looks really beautiful but looks can be deceiving, :), Francine.
Simple but a very nice sight from nature. Arkansas has a lot of pretty places to see and enjoy.
A big AMEN to the "Don't touch" sign!
Great shot - they go perfectly together!
Kind of a prickly post:)) Wonderful composition.
Now that's beautiful!
I like this with the thistle
Great composition photo ! LOve it.
Good image Thistles I love as it also brings the Goldfinch to my garden, where they feed off the seeds. Lovely
Terri, beautiful image. Love the thistle and the composition! Have a happy weekend!
Barbed wire AND thistles. What a prickly pair. ;-)
Love this! Blessings to you this Mother's Day weekend.
Definitely DON'T touch:) Love this rural scene and your header is beautiful! I'm not sure if you received my reply from your comment (thank you!), but I wanted to let you know that I love--no make that LOVE--genealogy too and that my grandpa lived in Arkansas for awhile! Have a blessed Mother's Day this Sunday!Blessings, Aimee
Ouch - but definitely nice to look at!
Such a nice shot! Those barbed wire fences ruled the west, didn't they!?
wonderful contrast...you have a keen eye.
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