The Misty Wood of Fall

The Misty Wood of Fall

A painterly rendition of the misty wood of fall…all of the green in this piece is the kudzu vine consuming the trees and ground…is there any wonder that this vine is known in the southern U.S. as “the vine that ate the south?”

Copyright © 2009 D L Ennis, All rights reserved.

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4 responses to “The Misty Wood of Fall

  1. It’s been awhile since I’ve been in the south and seen kudzu vine. One time long ago, on the Georgia and Alabama border, I saw abandoned old train cars covered in kudzu. That would have made a great photo! Lovely misty painterly look. I like it. 🙂

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