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Friday, October 2, 2009


Lucy Corrander - The Swinging Tendril - September 27th 2009 - Sony DSC-T77

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easygardener said...

Tendril - an attractive, soothing word for some reason. Or maybe it's just me.

Lucy Corrander said...

A lovely languid word.

I sense mentionting the word is a way of avoiding saying anything about the picture! I was disappointed when I put it on the blog. It looks spectacular in the un-posted version but has gone sort of muddy now it's in place.

Never mind. Just soothe yourself to sleep saying 'tendril, tendril, tendril'. Hope you are re-aclimatising after your holiday.


Karen said...

I like this one, especially the light Karen

garden girl said...

Actually Lucy, I think it's a lovely photo. The light is gorgeous. I've just been doing a bit of catching up here, and continue to be awed by your talent with the camera and your eye for composition.

bentonflocke said...

wonderful composition of lightning and color!

Have a nice weekend!

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks Karen and Linda and Angelika. I'm glad you like the swinging tendril.

It's now an ex-tendril. You may have noticed the leaf all bunched up by an insect which made a house for itself. Well, too many such creatures were moving in. It was becoming a sort of swinging block of flats for grubs, with tight packages where elegant leaves should be. So an early autumn has been delivered to that part of the vine!


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