When I was a child, I always had scraped knees at this time of year! Instead of looking down to see where I was treading I was looking up all time to see bare tree tops. I haven’t changed after all these years.
What can I do? I can’t take my eyes away from the tree tops. I love photographing them just before they put on spring clothes and cover their bare skeleton.
Sometimes I thing I can fly up and shake hands with the countless wooden fingers 😊
My photos of bare tree tops, taken on a rainy, dark and cloudy day (my favorite weather 😀😀)
Ivy is my absolute favorite plant. I can spend hours and hours photographing it – climbing up buildings and walls, through tree canopies, on the ground. I love it in every season of the year, in every way and condition – when it is green, red or even completely dried out.
Every single ivy plant is a finished
piece of art for me.
These natural fractals are beautiful
all year round – their green color brings concrete jungles to life and gives me
energy and joy.
It is my dream one day to have a big house completely covered by ivy and even more – to be surrounded by a lush garden of ivy!
Do I really need that big house if
take into account the significant disadvantages, such as HIGH maintenance and never
ending cleaning? Not really, though a big house would have large walls that could
be covered with MORE ivy. Would it be too much? Would it quench my passion for
exploring the city to take millions of photos of ivy-covered walls? Or would I
get really bored of it? I don’t know. Right now, there can never be enough ivy for
For this post, I collected photos of ivy growing on colorful walls. Have a look and let me know what you think.