it is pretty! but now that it's warming up, i'm mindful of snakes, again. :)
Any fence looks nice with pretty flowers around.
I hate to agree about the 'sticks ya'. Been pricked a couple times out your way. I wouldn't mind being there now to dodge some of the stickers.Love from North CArolina
Haven't seen my first snake of the season as yet, but hubby said there was a green racer in the back yard...not poisonous.
Pretty to look at for sure. But I'll take your word. No Bites, Pricks, Sticks, Or Stings for me.
If it's pretty - watch out!(Goes for a lot of things in life, I've found...)
That would not be a good slogan for the Chamber of Commerce. LOL
Isn't that the truth? It's really an inhospitable place isn't it. We probably have more thorny bushes here in East Texas than you do down south. It's a veritable jungle here. And I just looked out the back window and discovered a forest of thistles in the pasture!
linked you in, today! :)
It is pretty, I would be worried if snakes were hiding there.. Great fence shot. Enjoy your day!
Did youmention snakes? Well I would not be weeding there then. very pretty though.
I would risk some of that danger to see sweet peas or poppies growing in my garden. We might be getting snow tonight.
Pretty but thorny that is for sure and they hurt when scratched or grabyour legs and you have to untwine.
Lovely flower! I get that there are thorns, but I don't think Texas has us beat. :-) Loved the name of the post but could so easily turn that back to AZ! :-) Those gorgeous palo verde trees I just posted...they have thorns too! :-)
What pretty flowers against that fence. I'm guessing though they might have "thorns" on them from your post title.
It is nice to see the flowers again. Yours are pretty!
please be careful amidst the beauty.
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