Grandma Barb’s This and That
i couldn't speculate. :)
I had no idea of what the Hmong people were so had to Wiki them. Amazing story of persecution and fleeing west. A fascinating story. Did not read anything that would help me to identify what is going on here. thanks for all of your visits to my little blog. genie
I wonder if they are hop vines. Whatever they are they make for interesting and beautiful photos with their lines and poles against the snow. Great photos Barb!
yes, i was thinking definitely some kind of vine ... interesting find. so cool!! ( :
Oh wow, I have no idea. If you ever find out let us know.
It looks like some type of weed vine although it probably is not, Very interesting pictures!
Very cool pictures - but not a clue here, either.
Hi Barb, I am thinking Hop vines, too. That used to be a big crop around here (WA state). Interesting photos! xx
Interesting. I was thinking they looked like wild grape vines.
Will be keen to read the explanation Barb...lovely blog header pics too
Here that kind of arrangement is usually grapes or berry vines underneath.
Beautiful pictures, just the same!Thanks for sharing...it's nice to be able to travel about the world through interesting blog pages.ciao bellaand thanks so much for your visit today.Creative Carmelina
Very interesting! I'd love to know, also.
I've never left Texas, so I am ignorant as for as even who Hmong are....not a clue.
Interesting... but the do make for wonderful pictures.
i have not a clue! i would think grapes normally! pretty pictures...looks cold...hope you were bundled up!
I was thinking the hoop enclosure looked like asparagus, but not sure.
I don't know, but I like them. Let us know if you learn something.
Runner beans? I don't know, but the pictures are pretty!
I have no idea!
I was thinking some sort of grape vine too! I too had to look up Hmong - so interesting! Glad I looked it up.
Such a curiosity.Still, very pretty with all that snow and all.
I have no idea but I love the pics! I adore all your snow pics and barn ones. I just looked back at your previous posts and all the photos are beautiful!HugsDonna
My first guess would be grape vines. Never heard of Hmong people..very interesting.
Such interesting photos of the dried vines - your landscape looks chilly. Hello from one Grandma Barb to another. (I'm Grammy though..)
Beautiful shots! Love the snow and that lone tree in the background!
Wonderful series of shots! I love the vines...maybe grapes?
No idea either, Barb. But they make for an interesting photo, especially with the snow.
I wonder if it's some kind of edible gourd or squash family? I have another blog friend who lives in St. Paul and she sometimes describes the Hmong festivals in her neighborhood. Around here people from diverse cultures use community gardens to grow the produce that they're used to eating. Whatever the mystery plant is, it makes a great subject for photos.
they are very cool whatever they are, or were!
I have no clue but they make for a pretty picture- an interesting focal point and something to ponder ~:)Have a lovely weekend, Barbs.
I love learning something new and had never heard of the Hmong. The photos are beautiful, whatever they are.Hugs,Laura
Whatever it is...it's very beautiful.How are you, Barb? So wonderful to hear from you...Glad you enjoyed everything!I just posted a snippet of the "Cowgirl Wedding Line". Hope you enjoy it (I'm already swamped with inquiries and orders! :)Looking forward to seeing many more beautiful photos from you! You are SO talented!Have a wonderful weekend~Lisa xoxo
i have no idea but you photographed them beautifully!!pretty snow!!
Hmmm I don't know. Very interesting!
That's a Chinese culture, correct? Not sure what they are growing, but those whips looks great! Your sunshine shots are lovely, too. You have the neatest landscape shots and always seem to find the best link-up parties for new imagery, too!Barb, help me! I cant upload any photos to Blogger again and I'm going bananas.
I read through all the comments hoping to find out what they were, no luck. But wonderful photos anyway.
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