Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
I often wonder what that stuff is called.
I hear its pretty hard to kill.
That vine is just amazing. I hope the groundskeepers don't have a difficult time with it after summer.
I can almost see the wood nymphs flittering about in your photo! Gorgeous :D
...and cool too!!!
We have it too! It'll cover everything if you don't keep it under control. I think it's nice along the sides of the road though. So green!
superb place! all is green!
I didn't know the name of it, but we have some of that stuff here, too! I hear it's hard to kill!
Ack! I hate that stuff! It's getting a foothold in places around here too. But first it will have to compete with the English ivy, which escaped and took over many years ago.The kudzu does make your woods seem a bit mysterious, though.
Beautiful picture, Lois! It's so green and the sunlight shadows are so pretty.
Kudzu is the bane of the south! It creeps and kills. But, like you say, it is mysterious and very green!
Yes, the forest is mysterious!
My first encounter with kudzu: spectacular!
Lovely picture - the play of light is pretty.
I had never heard the word "kudzu" before ! I would have thought this was ivy :-)))
Yes, so mysterious feel, I think there are fairies. :)
They look like the perfect fairytale setting!
Wow! This is fantastic!
I don't think I've ever seen so much green.
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