Wednesday, August 1, 2012

OUCH

                                                                     

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21 comments:

Beth said...

a big ouch ... no kidding. ha. ha!! (:

Linda said...

You are not kidding on that - yikes! Great contribution to WW - thanks for linking up!

NatureFootstep said...

ya, that would not be fun. :)

edenhills said...

I do not like barbed wire! That looks like a tetanus shot in the making.

don said...

That's a very funny and good title! I like the rusty barbed wire. Excellent blurred background.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Love the photo. Wouldn't want to tangle with it.

TexWisGirl said...

nice pre-friday fence photo! :)

Tracy said...

What a nice sharp picture. lol

Jill said...

Love this shot!

Faye said...

Janis, I think you've just told us that at some point you may have left some britches (at the least?)climbing over one of these? :-)

Brian King said...

Yeah, that would hurt! I've been caught on those more times than I care to count. Nice rusty close-up!

DelGal said...

Double ouch, pointy AND rusted! Yikes! :)

Eden said...

Great shot!

Rose said...

You got a good one here!

Buttons said...

Ouch is right excellent shot. I must say I love your header Bluebirds are my personal favourite. B

MarieElizabeth said...

Really neat shot though!

Terri Buster said...

Ouch and a big old tetanus shot to boot!

Marie said...

I can just feel the tetanus coming on, too! Eeeow!

Liz said...

Yes... OUCH if you aren't careful! Nice shot!

Rita said...

Excellent macro of the barbed wire. Definitely shows off why this kind of fencing is credited with causing the range wars of the 1880's and the eventual taming of the wild west cattle markets.

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