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This is lovely; the composition is great.
Thanks Su. I just love beauty of the coiled vines.
I know what you mean. I can spend ages closely examining our grapevine as it’s growing.
Nice shot, Janet. Mother Nature at her best, and she doesn’t even need a curling iron to do that. 🙂
Thanks, Judy. I’m guessing you’re home safely. Snow? We had a bit this morning, but it will be gone soon as it’s warming up.
We got home Thursday. This morning it was 7 degrees and we’ve been having light snow flurries on and off. You just have to keep a sense of humor about the month of March and its weather. 🙂
This capture evokes SPRING in my heart, as in the growing and capturing life forces that Spring releases! We already have flowers blooming, and grass greening, and shrubs budding, et al… down here in Springfield, spring is awakening.
No flowers blooming here, yet, but it’s getting consistently warmer and more spring-like by the day…except for the snow we got last night. 🙂 I think it’s winter sticking her tongue out as she gets ready to go away for the next months.
It does look like a spring, too.
My eye like to follow this coil. A great find.
Laura, I love spotting these vines and their beautiful coils. I’m happy you liked it, too.
,mighty little vine 🙂 nic photo
It has amazing powers, doesn’t it? 🙂
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