Prehensile clingers

unify to draw something inward

rather than climb up


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8 Responses to Tendrils

  1. walt says:

    “Incense” Passion Flower. “¬°Muy fabuloso!”

  2. julie says:

    Thanks, Walt – I wondered what that one was! It was in the hothouse at this place in Spokane, and I saw it for all of about five seconds as I walked from one room to the next; I didn’t notice the tendril petals until I looked more closely this morning. Interesting that there are regular petals underneath those, too.

  3. dloye says:

    Thumbs up on this one! Love it.. both the photo and the flower.

  4. QP says:

    Julie, Darn. No photo; just a tiny white question mark inside a blue square. . .

  5. julie says:

    That’s odd – it still looks fine on my screen. Have you tried clicking inside the blue square? Also, sometimes clearing the cache and refreshing the page helps. Or it may just be one of the vagaries of teh webz – if you come back later, you might be able to see it.

  6. Wowee zowee, that’s exotique!

    Note: Same problem as QP – no pic, just frame. Clicking on the frame results in one fine image though.

  7. julie says:

    Hm. I suspect it is a problem with WordPress. There was a post I put up a week or so ago, where the same thing happened for me – no pic, just frame -, but eventually it worked itself out. Let me know if it keeps happening, though, and I’ll send a note of annoyance to the powers that be.

  8. QP says:

    Absolutely exquisite!

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