Saturday, February 5, 2011

Wild mistletoe is as cottony fingers soothing from where they hover in the sky...


13 comments:

Eyeliquor said...

Pretty!
A very nice find Allison!
Have a lovely weekend:)

texwisgirl said...

Oh the invasive mistletoe. But it does add some welcome (to the eye) greenery in the winter. :)

Nancy said...

I have never seen mistletoe -- I didn't realize it looked like this in winter. Thanks for sharing this, Allison. :)

Out on the prairie said...

When I lived in AZ the mistletoe grew out in the desert and kids would pick it and go door to door selling some for Christmas to hang over a doorway.Lovely shot and words.

Trisha said...

Such a pretty photo. The mistletoe looks so soft from this angle.

Randy said...

Reminds me of Christmas oranaments! Wonderful photo. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Dawn said...

lovely....
"hovers in the sky"......you should write poetry:)

Meg said...

You have such nice pictures. :) I hope you're having a sick-free weekend!

Meg said...

Actually, they're the Knit Picks Harmony double points. They're really nice, so much easier to use than the Susan Bates aluminum. I've never tried the Lantern Moon ones, are they really nice?

Joe said...

Nice shot. We have very little here and it's usually in the top of a tall tree.

Southern Lady said...

We would call that a "kissing tree" around here! Carla

Evi said...

Hi, si tu veux du gui sur un arbre, tu n'as qu'à prendre une petite baie d'une branche de gui, la frotter sur un tronc d'arbre, mettre une petite bandelette de tissu ou scotch pour que la pluie ne rince pas tout et bientôt poussera une belle touffe de gui sur un nouvel arbre. C'est simple n'est-ce pas?

Leovi said...

A great backlight. The bare trees are so sensual and poetic as a naked woman to the backlight.