Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Virgins Bower

Virgins Bower is a wild clematis
 found in the eastern half of Canada,
 and the USA from Georgia to Kansas.

7 comments:

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Waw, wonderful pictures! the light is fantastic! i really liked.. here is also that plant.
Saludos..

FotoAnna said...

So beautiful how you catch the light in the Clematis !!
Thanks for visiting...
Greetings from Holland,
Anna

jabblog said...

That is so beautiful! We just have Old Man's Beard growing wild in UK - very pretty but not comparable to yours.

George said...

These are beautiful macros. The seed heads are exquisite.

Diane AZ said...

What an interesting seed head! I'm not familiar with Clematis. It sure looks wonderful in that lighting. :D

Bronwynn said...

I love how soft and feathery it looks, and the way the light catches along the edges. Also, the new ehader is nice. Seems fall-ish to me, somehow

EcoRover said...

What great light--love Clematis in all its domestic & wild forms. Forever will associate it with my wife's Aunt Mary--her open-air front porch was encased in trellises with lovely, fragrant clematis.

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