"The secret to living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple, and love without measure." ~Tibetan Proverb
And clematis is always a show-stopper!
Such a beautiful sight.
I love the purple. I planted a trumpet vine along my fence and now I cant get rid of it.
Good morning, the clematis is beautiful. Lovely fence scene, enjoy your day!
I agree.Now, about yesterday... you're not getting off easy. I need to know. WHY dinky?
Okay Okay, Mr. Persistent, the area that borders part of the campus traditonally had amovie theatre, small restaurants, ice cream parlors, duplicating stores and shops that cater to the students. It is a SMALL, dinky area that both commuting-day and resident students used (with appreciation) for years, but has recently taken on a different character with the arrival of more modern shops and parking meters, for heaven's sakes! It has lost its original Dinkytown character as far as I am concerned but I still love my alma mater.
Thanks. Now I can sleep nights. I thought maybe it referenced... Better not got there. BLUSH.
wow! love that spill-over of color and the pops of pink, too.
I love those purple flowers!
They're so pretty!
That will brighten up the day!
I so agree and Clematis are a perfect flower for vining over a fence. Very pretty indeed.
That is one happy plant!
Oh my! That is beautiful. Mine has done nothing like that!
Nice touch of color.
I don't recall the last time I heard them called "cyclone" fences. For some reason in this party of the country they came to be called chain link fences. And they definitely need decoration! The flowering vine on this one sure is pretty!
Love the flowers cascading over the fence
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