NOT ... River Cane (Arundinaria gigantea), a protector of water's edge and home to many different animals, especially birds.
Oops, was mistaken. I am told by very reliable sources that this is an invasive species of Bamboo!
Ah! At last I see what a "cane break" is! Thanks for sharing, this is a really nice photo, I love the light on the leaning one! Do you have the "Cane Bulay" (or brullee?) parties there?
Nawitka, yes, you are right, it is a cane break. Passed by there a few minutes ago and the leaning one is still leaning. I am not sure what a "Cane Bulay" or "Brullee" is but there are parties around but I have never seen one with the cane involved. Sorry. I would be interested as to finding out what that is though. I tried to Google it and got nothing. Jean
Hi NC Jean!Thank you,thank you very much,for your dear and funny comments. I have me very been glad.
That comes home with me.
Have a nice evening! Greeting from Halle/Saale Sachsen-Anhalt Mo
P.S.: This Picture,that is what I call "Fernywood"!
Excuse me, my English very small. ;)
Hi moppy, that is interesting, fernywood is a good word! Good to hear from you again, Jean
Every Knee Shall Bow !
David, I'm not sure what you mean by "Every Knee Shall Bow"**... can you please tell me?
Join Me, it grows by the river and is disappearing, we don't see nearly as much of it as we used to. I'm glad you enjoy my nature!
I don't know what I mean by "Every Knee Shall Bow" but I guess that bent over cane bowing must have suggested the biblical references of Romans 14:11, Isaiah 45:23, Philippians 2:10.
Precioso encuadre!! muy ecologico!! like 1 + + +favorite 2
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