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Very well done, Kerri... it's a great close up!
What a great great shot Kerri. I love teasels. They make such good dried arrangements.
That is gorgeous!!!!!
Lovely photograph. It is a work of art few of us would have thought to capture.
Wow...what symmetry and beauty! Great shot Kerri!
You captured this teasel beautifully. Salty picked teasel last year for my fall arrangement in the living room; I am using it this year as well; it’s handled very carefully.
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Fabulous photo of a Teasel! Love the slight bending of the seed head, and the side things curving in.
I forgot to say that the light is great and the background gorgeous. Very well done!
Beautiful capture! I love photographing these.
what a spectacular plant. A wonderful work of God!
Great photo! It actually looks like it is standing and considering.
Kerri, I love your large photos. Wonderful! You need to publish your photos. They are very artsy.Mary
Beautiful flower and verse!
Two outstanding photographs, with the teasel and the dragonfly, Kerri!I never get tired of seeing shots of teasel. There is just something about it, whether in summer or once it is dead that I find extremely attractive as a photographic subject.
Fabulous shot but what in the world is it??
I love the detail and delicate curves.
I most definitely will now!
That was one great hit! Green with envy!PS Thank you for the greeting!
This is simply fabulous!
I love teasels. They remind me of my mum...long story!
Oh, what other to say but it is a work of artist! What wonderful details on the seed head and the light and the background are just perfect!
Oh, I really like this one, Kerri.
That plant is so interesting! You captured it beautifully and I like the frame and quote you attached to it! Great work!