Photo Project 52 – week 9 – catkins

 

I have a beautiful twisted willow in my garden.  It’s also known as a corkscrew willow because of its twisting, spiralling banches.  It is a great architectural plant to have in a garden as it offers a lot of interest throughout the year.  A particular feature of it are the catkins that appear early in the spring that I absolutely love.

 

(This post is part of Photo Project 52, a photography challenge where we post a picture every week in 2012.  Click here to see all my other entries.)

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6 Responses to Photo Project 52 – week 9 – catkins

  1. Great picture, the contrast between the for ground and the back ground really makes the flowers stand out. A stunning picture.

  2. That’s a really beautiful picture – fabulous light on it. I love catkins and pussy willows – really make me think of spring.

  3. Erica Price says:

    That’s a unusual, but beautiful tree.

  4. Jessica says:

    I love these…I know they are alive because they’re plants, but they look like they come to life even more and crawl around at night. :-)

  5. Lizbeth says:

    That is soooo pretty.

  6. Jim Reeve says:

    I’ve never seen one before. It does look lovely.

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