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Straight out of the Camera - Teasel

Teasel orDipsucus sylvestris is a common weed in southern Ontario.  I love the seed heads.  They have short, stiff bristles and are conical in shape.  I took this yesterday at the Guelph Arboretum.  See other photos straight out of the camera at http://www.murrieta365.com/

Comments

Manang Kim said…
Oh yes I love that house! Thanks for sharing and Happy Sunday!


Frozen delight
Carly said…
Even though this is a 'weed' it looks beautiful in your picture!
Sherrie said…
Hi!
We have those here, but never knew the name of them. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!

Sherrie
A View of My Life
Lynn said…
The seed head is interesting and no doubt the bristles are quite sharp.
Jan said…
Oh, I love it, too. Though weeds can be bothersome, they can be very beautiful. Thanks for joining in, today.
Marydon Ford said…
G'morn ~ These kind of weeds create exquisite floral arrangements, naturally or sprayed with color. I never knew them by anything other than 'thistle'.

Have a beautiful week.
TTFN ~ Marydon
Hi Valerie! waht a gorgeous shot of a perfect seedhead - I love the minute detail!!
thanks for popping by my blog!
have a great week!
Gena @ Thinking Aloud
Denise Marie said…
I love it, it looks really neat.

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