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Wind-blown wisteria

Wisteria in bad weather

Against a backdrop of dark mountains and thunder clouds, the wisteria’s pale tresses show up beautifully.

They don’t, incidentally, grow at that angle to the ground: they’re being blown by the wind.

In more clement weather I’m sure they’d be fully open by now, but they seem to be  holding themselves back.

Very sensible.

I love this ‘wispy’ stage of a wisteria before there are masses of blossom.

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  1. April 24, 2012 at 8:43 pm

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