Cattails are common along the lakes, creeks, and other waterways here Somewhere-in-the-Middle-of-the-USA.  When they go to seed, they remind me of a buffalo shedding its thick, woolly mane in the spring.  Have you ever seen a buffalo in that state?  Do you know what I mean?

Here are three of my favorite shots of cattails during a recent walk along the Streamway Park trails.  What do you think?  Do you have a favorite below?

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Cattail Photo #1.

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Cattail Photo #2.

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Cattail Photo #3.

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Join the conversation! 18 Comments

  1. You know me and close-ups…it’s #3 for me. 🙂

  2. The second one looks like a hairy face. So, weird me likes that one.

  3. The last one for me. I love macros

  4. The last one is my choice..but the second does have a strong resemblance to someone I know!

  5. #2!!! It so looks like a face. That’s awesome :).

  6. I like #2 as well, it does look like a face.. and yes, I have seen buffalo shedding.

  7. I love cattails!! HAHA! I think the last one might be my favorite! I love those close up shots 🙂 You did a great job!

  8. That middle one looks like a face! I like the last one the best.

    • How funny that you and several other site visitors saw a face! I didn’t see it at all until everyone mentioned it, and now that’s ALL I see. Thanks for stopping by and sharing your encouragement!

  9. The first one is my favorite but I saw the face on the second one right away. It looks sort of like the forest people from Lord of the Rings.


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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.


Nature, One Thing, Three Ways, Photography, Plants and Flowers, Winter


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