In this part of the Deep South, one doesn't dare stand still outdoors for too long. To do so is to risk being entangled in the tendrils of rapidly growing green things. I'm kidding, of course, but the idea isn't too big a stretch of the imagination.
Here's a photo I took at the Cajun Village in Sorrento, Louisiana, on January 26th of this year:
Now look at this one, taken May 16th, of the same structure:
What a difference in less than four months!