Thistle

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    1. Thistle is a widely distributed herbaceous plant of the daisy family, which typically has a prickly stem and leaves and rounded heads of purple flowers. It also is the Scottish national emblem.

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    You left out how they are a hay farmer's mortal enemy!:boggled: Nice shots.
     
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    Very sharp and good DOF
     
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    You left out how kids playing in fields hate them when they prick you! I don't miss Alabama's thistle fields.
     

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