Weekly Photo Challenge: Minimalist II

October 3, 2014 mushrooms 135

 

 

Virginia Creeper gallops across our wooded areas each summer, barely noticeable in the sea of green.

Once the year turns towards autumn, the vines turn brilliant scarlet, ornamenting the landscape during the first flush of autumn.

Loaded with berries, established vines provide food and shelter for many species of birds.

 

 

Photo by Woodland Gnome 2014

 

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3 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Minimalist II

  1. Pingback: Photo Challenge: Little Bear Fire | tnkerr-Writing Prompts and Practice

  2. Melancholy in the worn out leaves…

  3. I love VA creeper for just that reason. It goes out in a blaze of glory. Nice photo of it with the berries.

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