Sunday, June 5, 2011

Wisteria


This wonderful display of Wisteria is growing along the side fence of a local Indian restaurant between the sidewalk and their patio. The patio must have been spectacular on Tuesday when I took this pic of one section of the vines - this morning there were no flowers left! Spring is short.

9 comments:

LĂșcia said...

Cool shot!
The flowers are so beautiful, love the contrast with the building and the blue sky. ;-)

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, it's entirely too short! Wisteria is so beautiful. You just got this lovely photo in time.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

jennyfreckles said...

Ah, wisteria never seems to last long but it's very beautiful.

If you do come to Yorkshire in the autumn, let me know!

Jack said...

It looks great there. Nice shot.

Jacob said...

These are lovely. We have a variety of wisteria here also, but as you say, the blossoms don't last very long, which is a shame.

Thank you for your kind comments regarding Haley! They are very much appreciated!

Regina K said...

Beautiful flowers and photo, I love the patina of that weathered wood siding.

Sharon said...

Oh wow, this is gorgeous. You are so right. Spring is way too short.

Randy said...

That is so very beautiful. They do look great next to the old building.

EG Wow said...

ISpring is short. We wait for weeks for the weather to warm up and then poof! It turns very warm and the flowers wilt. Perhaps spring will act in a moderate manner NEXT year. :)