One Year of Images from this area of Mendocino County, California
Wow, I've never seen such red vines!
So pretty it hurts my eyes! What a capture, Elaine!Yippee for that rain! Guess all the rain dancing paid off. :-)
Red and white--beautiful.Mazal tov on surviving another California summer. Happy rain!
We have these red vines here, too, and I am always taking photos of them. Yours is a very good shot!
This is so beautiful we saw these in France during Autumn!!!
It's like an Art Nouveau tiara for this cottage - what a great shot.But having lived in the east for so long, when I see red vines, I immediately jump back and shriek "poison ivy! look out!"oh, and I shriek like a girl. imagine that.
I love when they turn RED...
That is stunning! I want a house like that.
The much awaited rain is a good sign!That red vine against the white wall is certainly an eye-catcher, Elaine! I love it.
I enjoyed your Indian story and the sound of your voice reading it in your new audio clip.
Autumn better be here. I got so excited by the drizzle we had here, I planted seeds today. Lots of 'em, including Fagiolo Rampicante Trionfo Violetto. Purple beans. You pay more when the seedpack is in Italian.
I saw the title and quickly clicked thinking I was going to get some juicy red licorice. Hah! You got me :)Very pretty vine maple.
Thank you, everyone! It's still raining, and I'm sure the plants love it. I think this is Virginia Creeper, but I could be wrong. I know for sure that it isn't Poison Oak. I think the overcast day brought out the vivid color even more. The house looks like a well maintained Victorian, which is as old as anything gets around here.Dina - I'm glad you liked it! I always encourage people to contribute to Librivox if they want to try.AH - The rain is a blessing for California gardeners. Good luck!
Elaine, this is such a stunning shot. Just beautiful.
this is fabulous! like candy!
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