Saturday, September 12, 2015

Virginia Creeper

 Shadow of Virginia Creeper berries

Berries creating the shadow

I am linking to Shadow Shot Sunday 2 HERE.


William Kendall said...

I imagine those berries won't last long with squirrels and birds around. Lovely shots!

Cloudia said...

Lovely examples


Linda W. said...

Nice shadow captures!

Taken For Granted said...

Love the strength of the shadows on that wonderfully textured wood.

Sylvia K said...

Ah, I agree with Taken For Granted, love the shadows on that textured wood!! Really beautiful!! Hope your weekend is going well!!

GreenComotion said...

Some very nice shadows, Tina.
I like the contrast in photo # 2.
Have a Beautiful Day!
Peace :)

Pamela Gordon said...

I like the berries on this vine. I didn't know they grew berries. I have one that's just 2 summers old and it's grown a whole lot this year. Maybe I'll get berries on it some day.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Great shots .I am waiting for my Virginia Creeper to grow and produce berries.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Very nicely seen. I was out taking shadow-shots recently but didn't come up with anything as beautiful as that.

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

I have never seen berries growing on Virginia Creeper here. I had to look it up and discovered that the berries are VERY poisonious to humans even fatal but birds can eat them. great shadow shots.

Amy at love made my home said...

Beautiful photo and just right for this time of year! xx

MadSnapper said...

beautiful photos but to us Virginia creeper is a dirty word. due to the wettest and hottest summer on record and the longest, been with us since April... our whole yard is covered. we can't get rid of it. my neighbor came over to complain about the green growing all over the fence. i said that is a WEED it will cover your house. we did not put it there and bob can't keep up with it this year. the problem is our year round growing system...oops sorry i got on my creeper soap box

Lowell said...

Shadow art! What are Virginia creeper berries and why are they found in Ontario and not Virginia? Maybe they are found in Virginia. What do I know? Nada!

Rose said... sure can change to beautiful colors, too.

Sri Kri said...

Lovely shots.:)

Sriram & Krithiga

Stephanie said...

Wonderful shadow subjects.

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