13 October 2014

Woolly burdock




Woolly burdock near the stables in
Margareteberg 30.7.2014.

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Macro Monday 2

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50 comments:

  1. I have never seen these before!

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  2. Really wonderful and origin.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  3. Hi Gunilla,
    Beautiful macro shots.
    The first one is my favorite.

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  4. They are gloreous looking, cheers Gunilla.

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  5. Beautiful shot of the thistle?
    I like your Macro! :-)
    Hugs Riv

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    1. Thank you Riv! Yes, the burdock is a thistle.

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  6. Ogräs gör sig verkligen bra på bild - snyggt fotat.

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  7. I love how you can take such terrible weeds and make them look so beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Bethany! I guess they are weeds, but I like thistles a lot.

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  8. Dear Gunilla,
    amazing macro shots, well done!
    I wish you a nice week,
    moni

    Thanks if you visit my blog
    http://www.reflexionblog.de

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    1. Thank you, dear Moni! Have a wonderful week.

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  9. Ditto the "Ouch" comment! Very pretty, though.

    Iowa Voice

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  10. Amazing macros of the sharp prickles, and the tinier prickles and fuzz of the spent flower. I wouldn't want to have to pull this one up.

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  11. Wonderful macro shots of this lovely plant!

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  12. great "thorny" macros Gunilla.

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  13. Yes, some macros lovely, great photos!

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  14. Wow, that last shot is wonderful!

    //Scaniatjejen
    http://www.scaniatjejen.se

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  15. Incredible detail of nature's Velcro.

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    1. Thank you David! We used to put them on each other's clothes as kids. :-)

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  16. Wow, these pictures are really amazing and impressive for me. You might not know, we eat roots and buy them at the store as vegetable p:-) But never seen the woolly parts. Thank you very much for sharing, Gunilla.

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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    1. Thank you Miyako! They have been used as medicine here as well. Hugs to you!

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  17. Like a star or a porcupine...quite lovely!

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    1. Thank you Donna! Nature's own velcro. :-)

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  18. That last picture I find really very beautiful.
    Wonderful sharpness / depth gradient.

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  19. I love these images Gunilla! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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