Two-fer Tuesday

Posted: August 25, 2020 in Humor, Nature
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I’m not sure what these are, but there were lots of them in the meadows. Is it just me or is anyone else getting a Dr. Seuss Thing One and Thing Two vibe here? I do know it’s not Covid hair!

  1. Ruth says:

    Definitely Thing One and Thing Two! 🙂

  2. 😀 perhaps it is Thingamajigs!

  3. peggyjoan42 says:

    Funny. My daughter and granddaughter dressed up like Thing One and Thing Two one Halloween. They were so cute. Have no idea what this plant is, but it is actually pretty.

  4. Whatever it is causes a smile which is a good thing. 🙂

  5. Dan Antion says:

    They do have a Seuss look to them. That makes me smile.

  6. Haha they do remind me Dr. Seuss. If they were on a vine, they look like the seed pods of clematis.

  7. Thing One and Thing Two’s cousins! I don’t think they’re Cotton Grass or Prarie Smoke, but they’re in the same family of rounded clusters. They’re not in my book of wildflowers guide of the western region. 🤔But they made me smile. 😀

  8. scr4pl80 says:

    Those are very interesting and yes, Seuss is what I thought of right away.

  9. Msdedeng says:

    What an interesting plant 🙂

  10. Sue says:

    I think they are Clematis seed pods…..

  11. Ally Bean says:

    Very Seussian. Lovely pic, too.

  12. Su Leslie says:

    Definitely Thing One and Thing Two.

  13. Resa says:

    No, it’s not Covid hair. I know, because I have Covid hair, and would be ecstatic if my hair looked like that. Neat plant, neat shot. Thank you!

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