A few years ago was the first I 'noticed'wisteria growing in our area (not that it is new to the area, I just hadn't really noticed it before). Last year when I saw it in bloom, I searched all over the area to find a nice sample of wisteria (only to find out my neighbor had some planted at the corner of her yard that borders mine). The wisteria between our yards is on a small bush - so it was great for getting close up photographs of the beautiful blooms. But I was also interested in seeing a vine in bloom throughout a big tree.
On my recent trip to Annapolis/Chincoteague/Assateague I began to see some wisteria in bloom as I drove from Annapolis to Chincoteague. This would be a bonus find in my travels. So one afternoon I set out purposely to find some impressive wisteria growth to see if I could capture the photographs I was looking for. My photographs don't necessarily depict the impressiveness of these vines, but I'm getting closer to what I have envisioned in my mind!
In retrospect, I am really glad I found this in my travels. Because of the strange short spring we had this year (or my schedule) I missed the wisteria bloom in our area.
All photographs were taken with a Canon 6D and a Canon EF 70-200 f2.8L IS II USM
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