However, i can't make much for tracery, and my contemplation branched so much into so many things! And in times of adversity, i will just follow your examples. At the end, i hope you will at least be amused. Tracery is a term i just learned through Donna!
We don't have your autumn nor your winter, but we also get some semblance of those when some deciduous trees remember the imprints in their genes to shed those leaves, because they are approaching very dry months; ...
...or when we are almost at the end of our dry months, and some fruit trees like this avocado did not make it until the rains come. Even the crows, which are among the most intelligent of the birds seem lonely for lack of food.
The frangipani or Plumeria (we call calachuchi here), shed leaves but still full of energy and it is one tree very difficult to kill. It is also very easy to grow even through neglect.
I love the tracery effect of the very early morning sun through the coconut fronds. This tree is maybe the very common symbol for the hot tropics, with lots of beaches and full sun. This reminds me of the colored glasses in churches of old.
The very distinct venation of a Sanchezia leaf, prominently displays tracery. I am amazed of its brightness, and how the contrasts and brightness of the venation help the plant for its growth and development. I wonder if there are correlations.
Everybody is very familiar with the strong contrast and patterns of a Caladium leaf. Does this pass also as a tracery effect?
How about this one from a frond of a tropical fern?
The drooping pattern of a blooming herb!
The very distinct lines and design of butterfly wings (Parantica vitrina), seemingly like the colored glasses in churches and old buildings.
How about a 'holy' vine climbing through the mesh wire? Is the wire considered the tracery?
This is my personal tracery, tracery of the nearby hill profile and very symbolic for me too! It is one of the rainy season sunsets viewed from our house in the province.
And to complete my mimicking Donna of the types of shots for tracery, i included this nave of the Taal Basilica, or the Basilica of Saint Martin de Tours, a church built in the 16th century, considered the largest in the Far East. The tabernacle is made of silver, and the only one of its kind in the Philippines.
And for my fun shot, i hope you will also be amused by this, a kettle on top of a bamboo pedestal i consider its tracery, placed in front of a restaurant. I don't think there will still be a more meaningful and evocative sign than this one. Would you consider it a tracery too, or a treachery!