Thursday, December 26, 2013

Curly

I hope everyone had a very blessed and Merry Christmas! It seems many of my blogging friends are taking a break until after the first of the year which has me feeling like the lone ranger out here. :(

I noticed these curly vines while Double D fished on Hoo Shoo Too Rd. in early November. After spying the first one, I started seeing them everywhere.









23 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Lovely images and captures of the curly vines.. I hope you had a happy Christmas and I wish you all the best in 2014.. Happy New Year!

Pallavi said...

The many wonders of nature captured so beautifully by you dear Gail :) Hope you had a great Christmas! Much love.

Willow said...

Hi Gail,
Aw don't feel all alone ~ here we are .lol
I was going to take a break too , but alas I find myself drinking my morning Joe and browsing my blog friends and loving it.
Simple pleasures .
I love these photos , nature is the greatest show on Earth !

HOOTIN ANNI said...

What a special treat!!! They're so pretty. I did come back this morning to post another blog 'cause of what we experienced yesterday morning. But now, I gotta go start taking stuff down to pack away 'til next year.

Happy New Year Gail.

Linda at To Behold The Beauty said...

I think I've seen these things myself but never paid much attention to them. Your photos of them are wonderful! I love the geometric shapes of the 4th shot.

Hope you had a nice Christmas. Now it's time to get ready for the new year.

stiefbeen said...

prachtig om al die versierselen zo te zien.

rainfield61 said...

The curls have a slightly complicated Christmas.

TexWisGirl said...

those are very cool. :) i'll be back to posting tomorrow.

Amy Burzese said...

You aren't alone! I'm here too! Aren't curly cues great? Goes to show that are so many things out there that we never really see until we get hooked on photography.

Anvilcloud said...

Nice theme, well-spotted and taken.

hootnonny said...

These are cool. Have you seen the Fiddlehead fern?

I'm looking forward to more of your awesome images in 2014!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Those curls are so neat!

Deanna said...

You captured some great curls there Gail. I love it when nature gives us such wonder!!

Rosemary Aubut said...

Awesome shots Gail! Mother Nature the best artist of all!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

These are fascinating images.

Renae of Simple Sequins said...

Oh Gail! I love those curly vines. It is almost as you were doing a times lap and we were watching them grow and twist.

Yes, Baby Z looks great in his 7th week, doesn't he. Yes, several have taken time off. I like to have a bit of time off, but getting back in is more difficult it seems.

I am so glad we are blogging friends!!!♥

Melissa said...

It's amazing that these vines have a sense to try holding on like that. Their shapes are so beautiful; well-seen!

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

Your eye for photography keeps my mind on cloud 9 when I see your post. GOODness! these are beautiful... ouch.... what out for those thorns.

I am popping in to see what you are up too and I hope you had a good Christmas. It was quite here for us and that was perfect for this year.

I pray you have a safe and uneventful New Year. HUGS to you!!

ladyfi said...

Wonderful captures!

EG CameraGirl said...

LOVE these!

Mitzi said...

the curly vines remind me of grape vines...they are just as fascinating as spider webs

Helma said...

I unfortunately had to work both Christmas Gail but I just had a very nice and said geod Christmas. Vriden lot of blogs now toto wait next year for a new post, and many are on vacation.
Those curly vines are really very nice to see. Beautifully photographed too :-)

Linda R said...

Love these macro shots. Those curly twisty vines looks so cool..

Hugs~