In yesterday's blog post I shared two photos of the Windsor Mansion Ruins near Port Gibson, Mississippi. You may have noticed the bright red streak that highlighted one of the pillars. As I was trying to capture an overall scene of the ruins, looking for a composition that included many of the pillars without distortion, this red vine shouted to me. So after I took a number of photos of the group of pillars, I moved so I could concentrate on this one pillar and the contrasting vine. Nature is relentless in recovering in spite of our human construction and destruction. Plant life will grow nearly anywhere. I'm glad I was there in November as I think the red autumn color contrasts more than what I imagine summer's green would be.