Clematis Vitalba (Traveler's Joy)

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Carol said…
Lovely wispy seeds . . . like dancers. Natures brilliance. Beautiful photograph.
lula said…
Carol thank you, they are so delicate!
jeansgarden said…
Lula, I see that you identified your mystery plant. I never would have guessed that they were clematis seed heads. They are absolutely wonderful. -Jean
Breathtaking again, Lula...
"Graminées" as we say here are so interesting in photography. Here you've captured them as if they had been in a cloud. Smashing.
Lula said…
Jean, I was really lucky, foloow your advise, did some research and found out the picture is of the fruit in winter they are "fethered achenes", the flowers bloom in Jul-Sept. Who could have guessed!
Carolyn ♥ said…
Indeed, like dancers! Mother Nature at her best!
Lula said…
Thank you Carol and Gabriel.
Alice Joyce said…
I love the native species. Here, Clematis virginiana - also called Old Man's Beard. And one of my garden favorites: C. tibetana - I always think of distant landscapes when I gaze upon it!
Warm wishes, Lula!
Alice
aka Bay Area Tendrils / Alice's Garden Travel Buzz
Wow! Just beautiful. You have certainly captured nature's best!
LisaJennings said…
What a beautiful capture. I always think of seed heads as winters favorite flowers. All your images are stunning, and I look forward to reading your blog.
lula said…
Lee, thank you very much for yur comment. Lula
Anonymous said…
Lisa, seed heads are abstract and are a great subject to photograph. thanks for becoming a follower! Lula