July 21, 2015 § 5 Comments
Strange Vines © Lynn Wiles 2015
On top of a wild area near the river, a strange bright yellow vines were growing over one section.
Tagged: Canon 550D/T2i, digital photography, nature, photo, photography, photos, river, vines
This is dodder, a parasitic plant whose species make up the genus Cuscuta:
Thanks, Steve, for the name and information. This was the first time I have ever seen this. What a nasty plant it is.
Nasty, perhaps, but photographically quite interesting, especially when it produces lots of its tiny white flowers.
I’ll have to go back and try to catch them flowering.
In the meantime, here’s a glimpse of what to expect:
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