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Sunday, September 23, 2012

OLD BONES


These are the supporting limbs of a very healthy honeysuckle vine.

You wouldn't think the plant is even alive but it is.

(Note:  The second picture has been digitally treated to show the intensity of the green vine.)

9 comments:

Lowandslow said...

Looks very narly (sp?) almost like a grapevine. Very cool!

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Thérèse said...

You have honeysuckle vines, here we have grapevines! :-) This vine is really beautiful and so healthy.

Stephen Hayes said...

That does look like a healthy vine. I imagine it smells good, too.

Keith a.k.a. Bricky said...

Lowandslow, you were very narly right - the correct spelling is knarly, I think.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

O.K. I have to correct both of you. The correct spelling is "gnarly".

And they do look like grape vines.

And when the honeysuckle blooms, it does have a sweet smell.

Steve said...

Nice growth.

Fijufic said...

I loved getting into those as a child...

The Bug said...

I love that second picture - it looks like a geneology tree or something :)

Jerry said...

I agree with The Bug -- second picture is truly interesting.