I like to explore….
Very cool looking! Kind of like saying “hey look ay me!!”
Never realised it would be so furry.
furry but not cuddly 😉
was this taken on the fish-shaped island? 🙂
Yes indeedy!! 🙂
He’s a fine furry fellow!
🙂 fine indeed!
all i could think of is how painful that would be to fall into! lol
Yes that would certainly be unpleasant!! 🙂
Ciao Tania! I am back from Italy and jazzed to see your blog up close and personal once again. Always a pleasure to be poked in the proverbial face by a phallic cactus!
Ciao Mike! Hahahaha! Hilarious! And thank you….I was starting to think I was the only person in this Blogoshere with a filthy mind! 😉 Haha
I assure you mine is just dirty as hell!
…and we wouldn’t have it any other way dearest Mike! 🙂 Welcome back by the way. I must sign up to your new site when I have a spare second!!
Tania, please do! I will only have links to the new site here for another few days and then I will only be there…come on over 🙂
Wow, the site looks awesome!!! Great job 🙂
Thanks Tania! Still a work in progress 🙂
Cactus are curiously unique. This is a fine speciman. Looks great against the clear blue sky.
I love the blue sky too 🙂
Thank You so much for the beautiful and interesting time I spent whatching the Photos in Your Blog!
The Photos are amazing. I am deeply inspired and surpised seeing such kind of Art works. Yes, as for Me, they are a real Art works in the Wolrd of Photography. Thanks much!! I’ll be visiting and following Your new Photos. I had the honor to tell these words. Hope that You’ll be glad reading them.
Well thanks again. I wish You seccess in Your Future endeavours.
Thank you Arlen! Such lovely comments – much appreciated!! 🙂
This cactus is beautiful. And the “arms” make it a little human – though I would not approach myself very much 😉
They are wonderful plants and these were very impressive in size!!
looks very furry, but I’m not sure I’d try to cuddle it : )
No, it would definitely be hurty! 😉
That’s a big-un 😉 The reason why cactus have those spikes and fur, is not only for protection but also because they can capture any air-born moisture which it can then absorb.
Too big I’d say! Glad to hear it has it’s own lubrication system though 😉 I never knew that….good knowledge there Russell, cheers!
Great detail and good subject.
Thank you! 🙂
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