Unfortunately, I tried to identify the plants, but had very little luck, only tentatively identifying one – which turned out to be incorrect.
Later in the day, I was deeply engrossed in some reading homework, and it was at that moment that my left sight-giving organ, otherwise known as my left eye, began to itch profusely. At around the same time, I sneezed about 19 1/2 times, and my nose began to run. In addition, the entirety of my face felt like a soft watermelon.
I had no idea the cause of this reaction, but it was very unpleasant for the half of an hour that it was most intense. However, later in the day, I discovered the cause of the allergy.
One of the plants I had taken pictures of and touched (quite a lot) was none other than a plant of the Solidago genus; this genus is commonly known as goldenrods. In case you didn’t know, lots of people have a bad allergic reaction to this plant (hay fever). I am, apparently, one of those people, but I was not armed with the knowledge of this plant beforehand, so I had to suffer the effects of the pollen.
Watch out for this plant!
PS: Yes, a half-sneeze is indeed possible.