This is the sweetest encouragement, Elk... :o) ((HUGS))
What a colorful welcome home.
The top shot is just wonderful with texture of the wall and the combination of red and green.
I so appreciate seeing this healthy growing vine this morning, a reminder to just go with the flow!
Is that poisen ivy. Don't want to be a spoil sport and I hope I am wrong.
i love a climbing vine as long as it's not poison ivy - i think that is virginia creeper - am i right?
oh for eyes to find beauty in Virginia creeper!!!Love it:)-Jennifer
YES ..Virginia creeper not PIvyand I think it is growing a couple of inches each day !!
gorgeous..and I believe you about the rapid growth..it's crazy stuff
Who doesn't love climbing ivy?Back in the house we lived inin Nashville, the vines were always so ready and willing toclimb, but the house ownerswere quicker to cut. Glad tosee you appreciate they're beauty. :)
I love trailing, climbing vines - so beautiful! Keep climbing upward with your great captures:)
reaching for the sun ... such beauty
Lovely images and a wonderful metaphor!
I'd love a cottage all covered in creeping vines. Gorgeous!
Full of grace :)Handholds and footholds for the climb
Oh, it’s a beauty! Keep on climbing and blooming everybody...
i love creeper and the lovely lines it makes. welcome home
It is amazing how fast that can grow...and it is such a beautiful red in the autumn...
Such simple beauty. Such deep joy.
Exquisite simplicity..and such beautiful color!
Yes, that would also make me smile. Bits of green are finally popping out here, bright fuzzy green leaves on trees.
Yes, you are right, there is no place like home...whether gone for a few hours or a few days.
Always climbing up to keep our eyes looking up. It's a beautiful reminder.
No, not poison ivy - that's leaves of three. This looks like Virginia Creeper. You've painted a pretty picture of it, too!
This space is so gentle, moving, serene and deep. All my favourite things. Thank you for your beautiful words and images x
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