When allowed to grow free
I went to the Cape May Zoo for Mother’s Day Sunday, we had a great time.
I previously posted a picture of a wisteria plant/bush that my mother had in her back yard, well the zoo had this GIANT wisteria that makes my mother’s plant look like a dwarf.
I was not able to capture the entire tree but you can two that is us extremely big.
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Weekly Photo Challenge – Twisted
This weeks photo challenge is TWISTED.
Wisteria can grow wild when it is not trimmed and maintained. When it is allowed to grow as it desires it climbs and twist on whatever is closest.
This Wisteria is growing on a railing that leads towards the lower level of my mothers home. It has been allowed to grow as it please and as a result it has created a canopy over the stairs and it is twisted thru all the rungs of the railing.
After I left New Brooklyn Lake Park I went to my mother’s house and took some pictures of her flowers. There is always a wide variety to choose from.
Although I used a Macro Lens I need to either learn to use properly or upgrade to another type as most of the pictures look the same as if it were taken with a regular kit lens. But I like them anyway.
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