Tuesday, November 24, 2009

"Map on the wall " . . .



The branches of the plant look like roads to me. . . I like the look with the leaves gone. . .

6 comments:

katney said...

and all those trails to follow...

Malyss said...

At first sight, I imagined a big river and smaller rivers joining it! but that makes too much water! Ü
So, OK for a map with roads!

Martha Z said...

Great shots on this and the water drops. The naked vine does look a bit like a map.
I hope that these posts mean that you are feeling better.

Pam said...

I love to see this on old houses, but it's supposed to be structurally damaging to the masory.A wall though somehow lends itself to that lovely effect.I like it too - all the tributaries!Great shot.

SandyCarlson said...

Gorgeous. What a story those vines tell.

Pam said...

...thanks for your visit to my blog, and hope you are recovering with your back.I know how that feels! As the saying goes, my back goes out more often than I do! The pain can be excrutiating.All the best with your recovery.

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