A pair of rare sightings of the wild tumbleweave on the streets in East Tennessee. Commonly thought to be roadkill, upon closer inspection you can see the trailer park dust in the mix. A few gathered holding clips for securing to it's original tree known as Becky Sue, Trisha, Nikki, or other common names for the species. Usually, once it is ripe, it falls from the host due to color changes and midnight fertilization behind the dance clubs. On rare occasions, tumbleweaves are prematurely plucked from their proprietor during territorial disputes over mates of the Bubba and Cletus variety.
What a sight to behold!