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We saw some tumbleweed on our trip out west, but I didn't get any pictures. I sure like your picture, though.
I like the way how the picture talks.
you see very interesting things to photograph Tes that many of us won't ordinarily see, stunning, and the lighting is awesome.
Beautiful perspective in this photo, Tes..
Tes, I almost feel sorry for the poor thing. It looks all dried out and of course stuck. Great shot!
it look artistic. you capture it artistically.
hi Tes, I did the tag already, I just did not tagged others but instead used it to thank my early blogging friends. Thanks so much for the giving me the opportunity to share Tes. love ya! Haha, I made a resolve now to not log on at Fb unless necessary, I am working now on my site, and I used your template, I love it Tes, thanks so much for sharing it. I am still very far from done, but happy to be progressing and doing something.
wow, so beautiful Tesya!
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I love this! These things have caught my eyes and I've taken photos, but unfortunately we're speeding by with our truck/trailer. I don't know why my husband doesn't want to pull over on the side of the road for a photo shoot, do you? *wink*
A million years ago, when I made my first drive cross country ( I think I was about 18 ), I kept wanting to get a tumbleweed to bring back to my nursing school dorm with me. When I stopped on my way back to New Orleans, I found how HUGE the darn things are. I couldn't find one that would even fit in the trunk of the car. Your picture brought back lots of laughs and memories.
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