Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Les Vignes


The Notre Dame International High School in Verneuil-sur-Seine. My vine addiction continues.

10 comments:

Kate said...

The vines hug the way and frame the door. . . nice!

Kate said...

I hate that damned automatic correction: the vines hug the wall!!

Sharri McPherson said...

I like your vine addiction! A slight spookieness to it ... and beautiful too, of course. (:

William Kendall said...

I do wonder with these what kind of damage they're doing to the building.

JudyMac said...

In this case, perhaps the vine is helping to hold up the building? LOL. Don't see any bricks or stones to latch onto, but perhaps the tendrils have eased into the cracks in the wall. Makes for a great picture.

Stuart said...

That is amazing. I wonder how old that vine is. My rule is to never shoot a "vine before its time". This guy's time has definitely come.

Harriet said...

Beautiful photo!

Virginia said...

William Kendall, apparently not because it's evident that the original vines at the base are very big and very old. I think they would cut them down it they caused damage.

Stuart--Non non et non!

Debs said...

I think I have caught your vine addiction. I think maybe Stuart was referring to shooting with a camera?

Stuart said...

Yes. That's the only kind of shooting I do.