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Welcome to Tendril - come in, sit & relax

Welcome to the Tendril WordPress Theme demo. This theme was created with ease of use in mind. Everything from the 5-minute setup Wizard through to the powerful page builder has been designed with the end user in mind. Perfect for beginners to make powerful changes, and perfect for more advanced users with a clean and simple backend code structure. Β All the graphics, fonts and photos are included, there is nothing else to buy.

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  • Diving into the weekend like.... πŸ“· by pcowell via @Envato Elements
  • Open for business πŸ“· by @janne_amunet via @Envato Elements
  • Treehouse goals πŸ“· by @ivankmit_photography via @Envato Elements
  • A Sunday morning stroll πŸ“· by @ipics_photo via @Envato Elements
  • Artist Nona Blackman explores the idea of getting political in art, why more designers need to become politically engaged, and how you can learn to define your own political views. Click the link in our bio to read the full post.
  • The mountains are calling πŸ“· by goinyk via @Envato Elements
  • Himeji Castle in Spring
πŸ“· by @seanpavonephoto via @Envato Elements
  • Give your artwork a unique appeal with halftones of dots of varying sizes and spacing to simulate a tone or gradient - check out the tutorial in our bio!
  • Must be Monday!

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In botany, a tendril is a specialized stem, leaf or petiole with a threadlike shape that is used by climbing plants for support, attachment and cellular invasion by parasitic plants, generally by twining around suitable hosts. They do not have a lamina or blade, but they can photosynthesize. They can be formed from modified shoots, modified leaves, or auxiliary branches and are sensitive to airborne chemicals, often determining the direction[…]