Quite a twist

Posted: April 30, 2016 in Nature
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One of the great things about winter and spring is being able to see things in nature that are normally covered by growth.  Along with drops of water, I love the twists and twirls of vines that come into their own when other growth is gone.  I guess you could say they hang in there.  🙂

Photo not retouched, merely cropped and autographed.

© janet m. webb 2016

  1. RuthsArc says:

    It is nice to see the delicate structure of branches without their leaves. Love your photo.

    • Ruth, these vines have a special beauty to me because of their twisty look. They grow over and around other plants, so they’re much more difficult to see when everything is in bloom.


  2. Hammad Rais says:

    Very nice turns against blue sky. Great capture

  3. Ruth says:

    I like your thinking and expression of your thoughts.

  4. Was that twist again like it was last summer?

    I couldn’t resist (or maybe I just couldn’t retwist)

  5. Every year I think about buying a Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick but haven’t done it yet. This photo reminded me why I need to just do it. 🙂

  6. Sue says:

    Love the simplicity of this image….

  7. Emilio Pasquale says:

    Vines are so inticate. Art in themselves!

  8. Emilio Pasquale says:


  9. Beautiful. The contrasting colors and strong graphic shapes make this piece both soothing and arresting all at once. I find myself very much drawn to spirals as well (most of my earrings-which I never remove- have spirals in them.)

  10. pommepal says:

    Quite arty farty…

  11. I love this photograph. Simplicity always appeals to me and nature holds such beautiful gifts. Huge hugs for all.

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