Linking to Macro Monday


18 Comments on “Ouch!”

  1. Lovely — but yeah, you don’t want to lean over too close getting that macro.

  2. January says:

    pretty macro! 🙂

  3. Gunilla says:

    They’re gorgeous!

  4. BeyondZephyr says:

    Oh yes, I’ve had the experience with those pokey thorns!

  5. geanina says:

    very nice shot…

  6. Jim says:

    Great capture of this thorny plant, Pat!

  7. TexWisGirl says:

    nice ‘touch’ on the title. 🙂

  8. Shirley says:

    Now that is one specimen I would stay away from! Ouch is right. I was looking at your bird pictures and can’t wait to show my husband this evening. We are dedicated bird watchers (and caregivers) and he will love these. Thanks for stopping by, I apprictae it very much! I’m new to Macro Monday and I’m excited to see such lovey photo’s from great bloggers. Enjoy the day!

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    Great macro! Yep, wouldn’t want to get too close to that prickly plant.

  10. Ouch alrighty..I can feel that!

  11. Love the macro but must admit it’s an “oucher!”

  12. Catherine says:

    Certainly a plant to capture with a photo and not to touch, ouch.

  13. minor says:

    Nice shot! Is it athistle? Close to this flower, but not to touch the pointed end of leaves.

  14. DelGal says:

    I don’t know why, but I recently touched a thistle when I was photographing it, and yup, ouch, it hurt!

  15. Gattina says:

    Very nice shot !

  16. Lee Ann L. says:

    That is a nice capture. I have never been fond of these types of dandelions. Why? because they take over everything else starving out the other wildflowers and plants. LOL. 🙂

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