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As I was hiking through the woods the other day, I noticed these rather large thorns. What caught my eye was how the sun was able to spotlight them through the…

Thorns In Cream I like how the thorns float around in the soft out-of-focus surroundings. It is as if the cactus is peeking out at the viewer. Everybody loves…

يار شود آنکه دلم زار ببيند خوار شود آنکه گلم خار ببيند بار شود خاطره ها چون که نباشي تار شود ديده و غم بار ببيند

Eryngium campestre aka Field Eryngo [photographed in Barragem do Azibo [photoblog.com] ] This plant is very thorny. I didn't get hurt, but some people get hurt…

It is thy duty oftentimes to do what thou wouldst not; thy duty, too, to leave undone that thou wouldst do. ~Thomas à Kempis

The thorn trees were one of my favorite plants in Zambia. The thorns were extremely sharp and rigid. You definitely did not want to come into contact. It seemed…

I just spent the best time at lunch that I think I've had in many moons. I grabbed Subway (foot long turkey on wheat, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, salt &…

– refreshing my love for my beloved – i. am that lonely bird dare to tread the thorny world – just to be with you. am still experimenting with HAIKU, a short &…

“Every rose has its thorn Just like every night has its dawn Just like every cowboy sings his sad, sad song Every rose has its thorn ” ~Poison (1988; from Open…

Another day at the Cleveland Metroparks on the Ohio & Erie Canal. After a wonderfully sunny day yesterday, today was back to winter gray. Without blue skies,…
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