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Saturday, September 13, 2008

Wild Photo Hunt

The photo hunt event for the week is wild~

What is more wild than Kudzu? (and this time I don't mean the sourdough starter) Here in the south it is not uncommon to see entire buildings eaten up by kudzu. It seems to take on a life of its own.

That's as wild as I get... how bout y'all?

Sandi

12 comments:

Sally said...

Huh? Slow photo hunt? Is that something new?

Trumpet vines are like that too. Beautiful flowers, but a pest!

The Social Frog said...

Very lush looking :) Thanks for stopping by this morning :)

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Sally~ we are all photo hunters, but this group are slow travel friends. We have also been slow scooping and slow baking. OK maybe this is going a bit to far!!
Froggy~ I'm glad you stopped by for a bit.

marta said...

That is a great choice for wild. Those vines definitely go wild and get out of control. A picture of your zebra print rug would have been funny. :)

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

That tart sounds so yunny..m..

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

That is suppose to read....That tart sounds so yummy...LOL....m...

girasoli said...

I'm so glad you posted these photos because I had no idea what Kudzu was before this. What a beautifully wild looking vines! I am also glad you explained that it wasn't the sourdough starter ingredient because for a minute I thought it was one in the same!

jdeq said...

Sandi - too far? Us> Never!

Great shots of a noxious weed!

windycorner said...

I have a basket woven out of Kudzu vine to remind me of home, sweet home. It is wild and wooly stuff.
Holley

Mosaic*Queen said...

I had to stop by and tell you that your comment on my blog made me laugh out loud.....showing through the cracks.....too funny! So, I thank you for the humor! :-)
Here in Arizona, Cats Claw can really take over everything. I should know, as I planted it every where! Oops!
Michelle

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Marta~ those real zebras were wild!
Mary Isabella... or was that Kiley? I'm not the teacher in the family, spelling doesn't count.
Girasole~ see you should have been in Savannah, you would have seen plenty of kudzu there.
Jerry~ you make me laugh!
Holley~ I have seen those baskets, beautiful.
Michelle~ your talent is wild!

Cindy Ruth said...

Sandi-I think the kudzu is a great take on "wild".

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