Macro Monday: “Jujube Thorn”

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Monday 03 February, 2014 by Uncle Spike

My posting for Macro Monday.

This is one of the nasty spikey thorns of our Jujube bush. They are quite evil, I can assure you – I have the wounds to prove it after tree pruning this weekend.

Hope you all like it !

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18 thoughts on “Macro Monday: “Jujube Thorn”

  1. Not very original but the first word (if it can be called a word) is definitely OUCH (like so many Spikeys said)
    Careful!

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  2. Nasty! And here I thought rose thorns were bad. OMG! That thing is a deadly weapon!

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  3. Ouch! Just looking at that makes me wince, as I have a very over-active imagination D:

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  4. MRI says:

    Wow! That’s certainly unique..

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  5. jayantadeepa says:

    I moved my Bouganvillea shrub over the weekend, and my hands shows signs of — the thorns have scratched them bad. But guess, surely not as bad as the jujube bush

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  6. It must be bad juju if you catch yourself on that.

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