Thicket

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Tangled encasing

protects an emptied seed pod

useful once, no more

-o.o-

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16 Responses to Thicket

  1. USS Ben says:

    Now that’s creepy lookin’. Sorta. Is that your carpet, Julie?

  2. julie says:

    😀
    Nope, it’s yesterday’s pod, up close. There will be more as the week goes on.

  3. USS Ben says:

    Cool beans! 🙂 I didn’t know you could magnify that much. Before we know it you’ll be posting molecules, and atoms and electrons and stuff. 🙂

  4. Skully says:

    And a nucleus. Those are cool lookin’.

  5. Skully says:

    Are nucleuses (nuclei) nuclear powered?

  6. julie says:

    lol, that’s an excellent question. I may have to drink on it before I can answer, though 😉

  7. USS Ben says:

    Heck, if that’s true then we eat and drink nuclear reactors.

  8. julie says:

    For that matter, we are nuclear reactors.

  9. julie says:

    Or at least electron reactors.

  10. Skully says:

    Crikey! Where does all the nuclear waste go? Into our grumpy’s?

  11. julie says:

    Grumpy’s?!
    I don’t think I’ve ever heard it called that before 😀

  12. USS Ben says:

    Skully is a huge Larry the Cable Guy fan. 🙂

  13. mushroom says:

    So when we say something is getting hairy, it may just be that we are seeing things closer up.

    Or, optimism is an indication that we don’t fully understand the situation.

  14. jwm says:

    I got one of those on me once.

    JWM

  15. So that’s how they take over. I knew it.

  16. Bob Agard says:

    I love the beauty and intricacy of these tiny objects you are photographing.

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