Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The red obelisk


Autumn in Vilpian / Vilpiano


6 comments:

Dina said...

Nice! I've never seen such a thing.

Sharon said...

It's hard to tell if that is a vine covered structure or an actual tree growing that way. Either way, it's striking.

vancouverstreetblog.blogspot.ca said...

Wow! It looks amazing

Lowell said...

I'm with everyone else, trying to figure this out. At first I thought it was some kind of Christmas decoration, but it appears to a pole or a tree covered with vines which are turning color. Very nice!

VP said...

A leafy and spectacular one!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I wonder hoe long it's taken to get so tall Karl!

Select your favorite posts and photos by clicking on the labels below...

Adige Valley (502) Agriculture (124) Ahrntal (13) Animals (62) Architecture (134) Art (57) Benches (210) Bolzano (497) Castles (74) Churches (336) Culture (15) Details (454) Dolls (69) Events (63) Festivities (68) Flowers (134) Folklore (53) Food (55) Fountains (40) Free time (199) Funes Valley (45) Handicrafts (32) Isarco Valley (199) Just for Fun (66) Ladin (11) Landscapes (707) Martell Valley (27) Merano (91) Monuments (22) Murals (248) Nature (104) Reflections (363) Ritten (57) Schlern (117) Seasons (310) Signs (124) Society (54) South Tyrol (173) Sport (31) Stecher (12) Sundials (39) Theme Days (88) Tourism (169) Tschögglberg (72) Überetsch (129) Ulten (67) Unterland (126) Val Badia (37) Val Casies (8) Val di Non (39) Val Gardena (124) Val Passiria (112) Val Pusteria (143) Val Sarentino (90) Val Senales (66) Videos (9) Vinschgau Valley (169) Wipptal (42)