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To have some of our own, growing on a trellis or fence, would be loverly. Wisteria grows wild here this time of the year, winding and climbing up other trees, sending forth a sweet fragrance that makes me smile.
It marks Spring’s arrival for me, flanking the roadsides like violet cheerleaders celebrating the new season.
Yes, I’m definitely wistful for wisteria.
I am not a terribly jealous person but man alive. I am green with envy that your corner of the country is so much greener at the moment. That wisteria is gorgeous!
Hey! Me too! In fact, I just wrote about it for the RE Home Is… linky party on Wednesday. Stop by to see some of my favorite Easter Memories (all involving a wisteria).
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Beautiful! I am loving all the Spring signs of new life.
LOVE. My last two posts have flowers in them because everything is so lovely, though pollen covered. I have a couple of wisteria photos, too. Such a good year for it.
Warning: If you go look my photography skilz are nothing like yours. Just so you know.
Just stunning. On our annual “deliver hay to florida trip” this past week we didn’t come back home up thru your way…Last year was the first time that we did and it was SO amazing to see growing wild along the rd sides clear up high in the trees – being from the West I’d never seen anything like it. I’d forgotten all about the wisteria till now! Thanks for the reminder in pictures…wish the smell coulda been attached!
pretty pics. makes me feel like I can smell it.
So pretty! I would love to have something like that in the backyard to add color along the fence.
Beautiful photos Amy. 🙂
Wisteria is like kudzu. It takes over everything and you can’t make it go away. Trust me, admire from afar.
I take lots of pictures of flowers. I wish we could see the metadata of your photos. You aren’t using extra lighting on these, are you? What lens? The lighting looks so good and natural.
For most of these photos I used my 50mm 1.4, all natural light outdoors, no flash. Hope that helps.
I’ve not mastered flash or lighting yet.
I’m with Brandi – beautiful, sweet smelling – but a pest. Keep in control or you will have it nest in places you don’t want. Beautiful pictures as usual. You do a fantastic job. Luv U!!!!
Your photography is beautiful. After the winter we had it is great to see spring. I just wish those lovely flowers didn’t have to bring pollen. Aaaa-Choo!
My girls and I see wisteria growing all around our neighborhood, the smell of it saturates the air sometimes because there’s so much of it. They wanted some of the flowers to take home, as they always do when we go for our walks. We’re always clipping a stem or two of any flowers we can find, so we always have fresh cut flowers at home.
Beautiful!!!!! We have some that grows down the road and I’ve been meaning to capture some shots of it. Now you’ve definitely inspired me!! Those are amazing, Amy!!
There is something so beautifully old-fashioned about Wisteria. I just love it.
I spent $25 on a wisteria vine…and I killed it. I am ashamed.
I can’t believe that this beautiful stuff grows wild where you live! I think it’s too cold to grow it where I live in MN. You take such amazing photos!
We have some wisteria, that was my husband’s grandmothers. It is beautiful. Let me know if you would like some seeds.
The bokeh on that last shot is incredible!
I can’t imagine those growing wild around me.. heaven.
When I was little I would always picture grow-up me lounging in the back yard reading a book under an arch of wisteria.