Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Entwining Vines

While walking down State Street the other morning, I came across this intriguing doorway. Now, I'm sure, during July this entranceway looks beautiful, in full bloom, but this March morning uncomely is a word that comes to mind. To some, this door is a welcoming site, even though I'm sure more damage is being done to the stonework here, than help. Ah... 'One man's meat is another's poison'. It makes the world go 'round, I guess.


  1. Great catch and interesting observation. My husband agrees with you about the damage done by these vines. But I love the look of it.

  2. What I really like is the willy-nilly crazy growth, all twisting and turning, compared the backdrop of ramrod straight clapboards, square within square windows and the key pattern fence. The deliberate and patterned overgrown with the natural and free...