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Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Structure Revisited

Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Structure  ENJOY.

Teasel

Barn falling apart. This pole barn has since been replaced by a fancy new barn.

A feather.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

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    > Cee Neuner posted: “Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly > Photo Challenge with the topic of Structure ENJOY. Qi (energy) hugs Cee” >

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  2. Wow wow wow wow wow. That Teasel. Exceptional. Amazing. My new favorite. There is quite a string of them, needless to say, but this one takes its place at the top.

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  3. The Teasel is absolutely gorgeous. I have pictures of it at the end of the growing season when its dry and brown, I’ve never seen it green… or maybe I just never noticed it. I do know I don’t have any pictures of it green. Thanks for that.

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  4. I love this photo of a common Northwest thistle. I remember these growing in the field along highway 26 leaving Hillsboro. There’s such a wonderful amount of detail in Nature’s perfect design. Great job!

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