Wednesday, February 17, 2010

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY: Unfolding bamboo shoots








 

 



bangchik

17 comments:

  1. Dear Bangchik, I do admire your skill in taking beautiful photographs. These are especially serene and lovely.

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  2. How beautiful, I find bamboo fascinating and wish I could grow it here.

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  3. You've captured that very well.

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  4. Very clear and pretty photos! I like your mulberry post, as well.

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  5. Lovely! They remind me of moths.

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  6. Happy Morning, Bangchik. Your bamboo looks lovely with the tiny dew drops on it. These are very good pictures.

    Bangchik, I have been unable to access Blotanical for 3 days already. I wonder if you are facing the same problems or is it only my computer or my broadband problem? Are you able to access my blog? I'm sorry I ask you this in a comment because I don't have your email address. TQVM in advance.

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  7. Love the excitement of a new shoot! :D

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  8. Your pictures are always so wonderful. jim

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  9. So pretty! I love bamboo! New shoots are so fresh!

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    Rebecca @ In The Garden
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    Jo
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    Amy
    Eliza
    Autumn Belle
    Kyna
    Jim Groble
    Kimberly
    Kim and Victoria

    We have dwarf bamboo in 4 pots. The leaves are colourful with shade of greeen, yellow and white. The stems are small, no bigger than pencils.

    The ornamental bamboo doesn't really shed leaves. Leaves seem to last forever.

    Shoots seem to be very fresh and shiny and I think the same applies to any other plants. Shoots symbolizes the sweetness of little babies, offspring and new lives. They possess the zest of growth.

    Cheers, and thanks everyone.
    ~bangchik
    Putrajaya, Malaysia

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  11. Nice photos Bangchik :-D For me, the best part about gardening is watching plants grow. New shoots means the plant is growing well. As they grow the plants grow lovelier...

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  12. > Stephanie ........ Thanks Steph. Firstly happy Tahun Baru to you, and you are right about the fun of watching the plants grow. Watching the little seeds sprouting and adding leaves gives gives greater impact about growth... ~bangchik

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