Isn’t it amazing how those vines can appear to be completely dead and emerge with brilliant color when the sun warms things up?
Are those reddish leaves new ones? Here vines get that colour in autumn and they fall in winter. They are born green in spring.
I love this shot and how you have edited it.
I do love your watercolor images! I’ve decided I’m definitely a lover of photo art. (I’m excited to find new growth on old clematis “vines” this spring. I struggle getting my clematis plants to do much of anything, so new growth–and buds–make me happy!)
Very nice capture! 😉
This is lovely. I like the color that the vine gives to the fence line.
Just enough color makes the fence look very pretty. Have a happy day!
You turned what otherwise might be an ordinary fence into a real piece of art. Wonderful!
Wow, your work is extraordinarily beautiful!
Have a great weekend!
That’s a real pretty fence photo, and I love the splash of color from the leaves, also a real nice effect on the photo. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my pet hospital mural. Have a great day 🙂
Delicate , tender colour of vine. Looks lovely on this fence.
Pat, I love this! Very pretty!
extraordinary effects…make a pretty photo even MORE beautiful.
The colourful leaves look great against the old fence.
Precious fence Pat.
Splendid! I so love Virginia Creeper.
LOVE the new growth!
A pretty fence and great photo! Thanks for sharing and enjoy your weekend.
The artistic effects are wonderful, the fence has so much texture and the colored leaves set it off really well, gorgeous!
Oh, that’s a lovely shot! Perfect for spring.
Oh, I love the title matches to express the vine ‘old and new ‘ one♪ Also the texture you put this picture is wonderful. So sorry for my belated comment.
Sincerely from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
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