Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 11/18/2012


Photo taken on January  4, 2010



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Ongoing progress of thorny thicket formation.

Ongoing progress of thorny thicket formation.
Hi, I'm just checking in on the health and growth of this briar patch on the Delmarva Peninsula on a gloomy day in early January. Forward toward impassibility!

I'm yet finding fierce Delmarva Briers from this occasion embedded in my jacket, even nearly three years and multiple launderings later.

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In Sussex County, Delaware, on January 4th, 2010, along U.S. Route 13 (the "Sussex Highway") between the towns of Greenwood and Bridgeville, on the west side of the highway opposite Parker Lane.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
SD143 Forests and forestry—United States—Pictorial works.
QK938.F6 Understory plants—United States—Pictorial works.
QK650 Thorns—Pictorial works.
QK773 Climbing plants—Pictorial works.
F172.S8 Sussex County (Del.)—Pictorial works.

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Courtney Kerns
Courtney Kerns
I'll wager there's some invasive honeysuckle in thar.
3 years ago.