Thursday, June 21, 2012

Friday's Fences

What wild grapes can do,
Virginia creeper can do better...
 Although I have no idea how it got to a fencerow out in the middle of nowhere...
 To see more fences from around the world, visit Jan and Jer.
 

17 comments:

alwaysbackroads said...

The wild grape tendrils imitate the barbed wire! Nice shots with great color.

Carletta said...

That Virginia Creeper has a way of creeping up everywhere.
I like what Donna said about the tendrils imitating the wire - pretty cool.

Wanda said...

Great fence and vine shots..Just lovely.

Bubbling Arroyo said...

Lovely shots.

Pamela Gordon said...

These are great photos. It's amazing how those tendrils can wrap around so tightly. Blessings, Pamela

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Cool macro shots!!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Thanks for zooming in close!

San Miguel Sky & Fence

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great shots of the vines wrapping around the fence.

Elaine said...

Lovely photographs - age and youth, one man-made, the other free to grow and ramble.

Leovi said...

Wonderful photos, I like this beautiful love relationship between the fence and vines.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - nice pictures - It’s a really nice example of how plants can react to their environment. It’s not something that most people seem to think they can do.

Cheers - Stewart M

Beth said...

fences are pretty for leaning on. great shots. (:

Tanya said...

beautiful!

W. Latane Barton said...

I love vine growing on fences. And, roses, too. Your pictures are very nice.

TexWisGirl said...

that first shot is just beautiful! love the squiggles! :)

Hanne Bente said...

Great pictures you show. Wishing you a good Sunday :) Hanne Bente

Inger-M said...

Love the first shot! Great composition, and a beautiful contrast and texture in the soft organic plant and the hard rusty fence.

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