Everything has it's beauty, but not everyone sees it. - Confucius
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Monday, 12 December 2011

Monday Macro

At least I got the day right this time; but I can't for the life of me think what this was.




Another from the vaults.


Enjoy your day.


17 comments:

  1. It's a very good don't Know! Have a good week.

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  2. That my friend is a thistle, at least it looks like the flower of a thistle. Very much like the Canadian thistle. Can't tell for sure as the leaves are not visible.

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  3. Great macro Keith. Looks like a Spear Thistle to me!...[;o)

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  4. Thanks Adrian.
    Sun shining here at the moment, but cold.

    Thanks Horst. I think you're right with thistle, but the lack of leaves makes it difficult to ID properly.

    Trevor, it could well be. I usually take a couple of general shots of just the leaves to help with ID later.
    I think I must have deleted them this time lol

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  5. Hi Keith...brain cramp? lol
    Looks like a thistle to me...which on I don't know!!
    It is a beauty, but not always welcome in the garden!! lol
    Hope you memorie gets better as the week goes on!! lol ; }
    Hugs Grace

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  6. Grace, brain cramp happens a lot these days lol
    I'm sure it's a thistle of some sort.

    Thanks Theresa. :-)

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  7. It is a Thistle, what sort, well I can't tell you, I didn't even know there was more.

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  8. Love the purple in this thistle, great capture.

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  9. Thanks Bob. So many look the same :-)

    Thank you Gillian. :-)

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  10. I'd have to agree with Thistle. They attract Goldfinches in late summer. Such a lovely macro.

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  11. Thanks Hilary. A thistle, yea. Just wish I could remember which one lol

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  12. Great capture of the Scottish thistle!!
    I must show my husband this one - he has Scottish heritage but I won't hold that against him... hahaha.

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  13. Thanks Liz; yea, neither will I lol

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  14. Yes, Scotch thistles are a common nuisance in Australia but have a real beauty too. Their seeds float on the wind in spherical feathery balls.

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  15. Pieces of Sunshine, thank you for stopping by, and your comment. :-)

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