Lianas are those woody vines so common to our wooded areas. As kids we used to look for them so
we could swing through the woods, much like Tarzan. Unfortunately, every once in a while a vine would either break or tear loose from its tree and down we would go. One of us ended up in a swampy mess. Such was life for boys in the rural fifties. I always felt so good coming home after time in the woods, alone, or with friends.
Nowadays I don’t swing on lianas, but I have found that some have interesting
shapes, making them good photographic subjects. I took these photographs on Ilford Pan F 50 film. The sky was overcast, providing soft light. Since most of the exposures were 1/30 second or longer, I used a tripod.