Teasel

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Sometimes the simple things really make me take notice. This Teasel in the early morning was such an example.
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I also like the back lighting, and I like the plant. Thanks to you I know now what Dipsacus is called in English. Does your species also bloom pale purplish?
People here dry them and decorate their homes with it.
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dmwphoto said:
Sometimes the simple things really make me take notice. This Teasel in the early morning was such an example.
Nice backlit and the sharpness! Eeyore don't like teasel, I wonder why...

Great shot!

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Jonathan
 
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Thank you everyone for the comments. the lighting was great and it drew me to the subject. I ve seen these in shades of purple. I have also seen them with a ring of what appears to be a substance around them. perhaps an isects eggs. I am looking into information on them now. Usually when I find a subject that I photograph I will look into field guides and publications to learn more about it. It is a fun cycle of learning.
 
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