NOT River Cane, but still a cane break ... © All Rights Reserved

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This may be Arundinaria gigantea.

Oops, was mistaken. I am told by very reliable sources that this is an invasive species of Bamboo!

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Comments (20)

Nawitka on March 3, 2009

Wow! I've heard of these "cane breaks" but have never seen anything like this. Amazing photo, thank you so much! It's the local details that are the most interesting to me; Things you locals see all the time and think are too boring to take pictures of!

Norrel on March 3, 2009

The 'jungle' of North Carolina. I agree with Nawitka. I didn't know about this kind of flora, but it's beautiful.

Frank Knaap on March 4, 2009

You showed already some of the Cane breaks, BUT THIS.......WOW Jean........a BEAUTY!

For the rest, see Nawitka's comment.

Frank.

Jan Pinkas on March 4, 2009

nice green wall :)

Jean Gregory Evans on March 4, 2009

Nawitka, thank you. The leaning cane is still leaning. I took another photo last year in warm weather and it pretty much looks the same now, even after all this time!

Norrel, thank you. The river cane is in the Bamboo family but is small compared to what Frank Knaap has in his garden.

Frank, if you click on the river cane link beside this photo, you can see the photo of the same cane last summer. The same cane is still leaning just like it did back then!

Hanz, thank you. There is not much green here now, everything is gray but we expect Spring in just a few days.

Thank you all for your nice comments!

Jean

Frank Knaap on March 4, 2009

Sorry I missed the link Jean, at the thumbnail it looks like a WATERFALL and I was too impressed. :)

Frank.

☼Tanya Buncheva on March 5, 2009

I like this picture. Greetings, Tanya.

Tom Sellek on March 5, 2009

I didn't know about this kind of flora, but it's beautiful Jgevans

Ciao Tom new

Jean Gregory Evans on March 5, 2009

Frank, here is that link... BEFORE AND AFTER RIVER CANE.

Tanya, thank you!

tom, it is in the bamboo family.

Jean

Gabriel Avramovici on March 5, 2009

Very nice!

Greetings,Gabi

Jean Gregory Evans on March 5, 2009

Gabi, thank you very much!

Jean

niklas-bayrle.com on March 6, 2009

This is an amazing nature picture. I like it!

Greetings from Germany

Jean Gregory Evans on March 12, 2009

Thank you, Digga Twigga.

Jean

Vyacheslav L on April 7, 2009

Interesting shot!

Vyacheslav

Jean Gregory Evans on April 11, 2009

Vyacheslav, I'm happy that you enjoyed seeing this river cane.

Jean

NO VIEWS_KseniaKasan… on April 24, 2009

Super photo :)

Jean Gregory Evans on April 24, 2009

Ksenia, thank you very much. I really appreciate your visit in my gallery and I loved seeing some of yours. Your town is really pretty!

Jean

gezginruh on September 13, 2009

Amazing picture! GGR

Jean Gregory Evans on September 13, 2009

GGR, the amazing thing is the beauty of this river cane. The photo was too easy! But thank you just the same!

Jean

JBTHEMILKER on August 16, 2010

I read here you have more pictures of cane breaks. you have them tagged? Can you put a link to them? Also, is this just one year's growth?

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on March 3, 2009
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    by Jean Gregory Evans
    • Camera: SONY DSC-H5
    • Taken on 2009/03/01 15:23:22
    • Exposure: 0.050s (1/20)
    • Focal Length: 36.90mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO320
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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