Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Neat little crooks in some of those!
This straight and flourished plant is beautiful in nature, but it's better to avoid it in a garden !
These photos were taken at a neighbor's place -- they'd had a lot of bamboo cut down and I went over to get some. Yes, I'd love to have my own bamboo grove but I know how quickly it would get out of control.
Where are the pandas?
Happy St. Patty's day. You are wearin' o' the green.
great pictures...we used to have one at my grandmothers house....we always thought it was a magic forest...and there were tigers roaming around in it...ha...we really got ourselves worked up...
Vicki, your comment on this blog answers a question I was going to pose...about how aggessive bamboo can be.I still remember some land adjoining a side of my high school's property with a true bamboo forest.xo
Interesting angles and shadows, light and dark...
Which do you enjoy most, Vicki, photography or writing?You are such an artist, so good at both.
Thanks, Glenda for the very kind words. I have to say that I like photography better -- it's easy and writing is, much of the time, hard work. Plus photography takes me outside. It's just a part of my life --I almost always have my camera with me and I'm always on the lookout for a good picture.But my photography doesn't pay and writing does -- to some extent.
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