What appears to be some littered, used up fishing line, is dried up, crinkly scrub grass, a.k.a. “curly cue grass”.

And, was there some primordial instinct that lead some varmint or critter to create a protective barrier or “warning system” around its underground burrow?


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About Laurie Merritt Photography

Hello visitors, and thank-you so much for stopping by! Classes are over, back-to-back internships completed, and I anticipate having my Photographic Technology degree in my hands this May!! Over the past 2-3 years, your responses to my posts have indeed helped sustain my passion for my photography. My only hope is that these images have improved and that they reflect the lessons learned in school. I certainly feel they have, but your “likes” and “comments” continue to confirm it. Again, I appreciate your taking a peek. Deep thanks from a grateful photographer.
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4 Responses to Protected

  1. Helen says:

    Intriguing stuff! I love the detail you’ve captured and I like that photos like this create a bit of order out of disorder :)

  2. tomsimard says:

    Very interesting. And what a great name!

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