Pumpkin Tendril

in Stock Images15 days ago

What are plant tendrils? I quoted the answer of Encyclopædia Britannica.

A tendril is a slender whiplike or threadlike strand, produced usually from the node of a stem, by which a vine or other plant may climb. (source)

This pumpkin plant grows wild among the dry branches, probably leftover of pumpkin farmland.

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by Irfan M Nur (@vannour)
Make: SONY ILCE-6500, E PZ 18-105mm F4 G OSS Lens + Mount Macro Adapter.

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What a beauty!

These tendrils are so artful and fun to look at. I love how they’re wrapped around the branches and leaves.

yup, it's artful, floral ornament style inspiration

That exactly :D