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Climbing Vine, Winter In Dixon NM

Climbing vine, winter in Dixon, here in the Rio Embudo Valley, New Mexico. Unravelling as it climbs up and takes hold of a structure or of itself. I thought it had a look of Celtic knot work. Thanks for looking. G

Climbing Vine, winter in Dixon New Mexico

4 thoughts on “Climbing Vine, Winter In Dixon NM”

  1. I love it! In the wild, vines grow as they will. They aren’t forced or trained by the hand of the gardener. Free to tangle and ramble, they teach us how to grow exuberantly in the ground where we’ve taken root. Thank you, Geraint, for sharing the beauty of your desert and mountains and all the little details that folks often miss in the rush to get from here to there.


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