Well, I certainly didn't know that I harboured a fondness for a noxious weed! Not until tonight, that is, when I looked for information on what I considered a rather attractive flowering vine growing in a few places on our property. Turns out this plant could get you a visit from an agricultural authority in some places if you don't take steps to eradicate it. I'm not sure if it's classified as a noxious weed where we live, but please don't tell anyone otherwise I won't have it to make photos of anymore ;-)
Today's post title comes from the headline of one of the articles I found on this plant - it went on to say that this plant strikes fear into the hearts of gardeners. It didn't say what it did to the hearts of photographers.
Oh, the common name for Calystegia sepium is wild morning glory.
(60mm f20 1/2 sec ISO200)
(60mm f20 1/5 sec ISO200)