- A modified leaf or stem used to support a plant (usually a vine) by grabbing on to nearby items and coiling around them.
Monday, December 27, 2010
Tendril in the Rain
The excessive ran we've had in California for the last week and a half has caused no end of problems. (Yeah, I know, if you're in the north east under three feet of snow, you probably can't feel much pity.) On the plus side the rain gives many interesting options for beautiful photos.
Saturday, March 18, 2006
Another view on my Passion Flower vine from
a few days ago.
We did not get any more rain as promised. So no more rain photos yet, perhaps later this week! I'm sure the Basset will sniff out some beautiful subjects for me this weekend anyway.
Tuesday, March 7, 2006
Drops of Passion
Well yesterday was a really gray rainy day.
It was starting to bug me. Then I took
my camera into the back yard. Rain
can be a wonderful thing for a photographer!
Recently, our Passion Flower vines made an incredible come back. We originally got them to attract butterflies and they were almost wiped out by their own success! The resulting caterpillars LOVED them.
This is an extreme close-up of one of the tendrils the vine sends out to climb things. It seems to have an amazing grip!