Wow! Those are some amazing vines. I’ve never seen any like that. I assume that’s in Hawaii?
Everything is fine here – Hanna’s gone and the sun is out. We got a ton of rain but the winds weren’t too bad. There’s some flooding in parts of the state but overall, it wasn’t a bad one. Thanks for checking in!
I took the sand castle photo in Carrboro, NC, outside a grocery store that was celebrating its 20th anniversary. You can see that it says “Weaver St.” at the top….that’s the store, kinda like a locally owned Whole Foods.
Have a great weekend!
I took this banyan tree photo in Waikiki. We have a few (that I am aware of) on the island that are huge! Thanks for the explanation on the sand sculpture. Glad you are ok.
I see you know that this is a banyan tree. We have some beautiful ones in Florida. They’re incredible trees and you’ve done well to capture their essence. Thanks for stopping by Spatter…
Those are beautiful trees covered in vines. I love your take on the theme.
That is so pretty! We don’t have trees like that in Arizona. They remind me of Puerto Rico.
Oh, so that’s a banyan tree! I’ve heard of them but had no idea what they looked like. They are cool trees.
I think that this is my favorite String(s) photo of the day!
Hey a banyan tree! They are one of my favorites! I had a bonsaied one for ten years – ficus hillii – a dwarf version.
When I lived up in Brisbane I used to see these a lot – none down here in cold Canberra though.
They have them in warmer Sydney too – massive ones – Port Jackson Figs.
definitely a unique take on photohunt, good job
Hi Girasoli, great theme photo selection! Those vines are incredible. And that banyan tree is so huge! I don’t think I’ve seen any that big before.
Very cool! Have a great weekend!
how could i overlook the banyan tree! that’s a great take on the theme. These trees bring back a lot of memories for me in primary school days. We used to play around these trees rumoured to swallow litle boys alive if we were naughty! Thanks for the reminder! :)
Strings and strings of endless vines…beautiful ain’t they! :)
That’s a great take on the theme. Nature has some wonderful examples of strings and you captured some great one.
Wow those are very stringy trees! Great shots.
Thanks everyone. This was one of those ” I knew right away which photo(s) to use for the weekly theme” weeks. Next week has me clueless though. Not sure what I am going to use for “wild”. Looking forward to seeing what you will be posting.
Fascinating pics – thanks for sharing them.
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