Thanks Kaori. Intentional or not, you nailed this one also. I practically worship bamboo. I was told that sasa is the only indigenous bamboo to Japan. All other varieties were imported, mostly from China, and mostly by Buddhist monks. Sasa is noted for being about knee high. A kind of bonsai bamboo. Island ecosystems are noted for flora and fauna that are, hmm, what should we say?, smaller than mainland equivalents. Here in SoCal we have the Channel Islands—long ago hosts to the oxymoronic “pygmy mammoths.”Think I’ll download your photos and add them to my bamboo folder. Whoopie! More bamboo.
Seems as though it would do some damage to one or both.
they;re pretty to look at, even with all the greens. ^0^
I'm always happy when see plants growing in such unusual place. This put me in a positive mood! thanks ^_^
It's amazing how plants adapt. I always smile when I see some grass or maybe a dandelion coming out of concrete! This one is big!
nature will always dominate eventually
What a beautiful ode to life.daily athens
I love seeing plants growing in unexpected places!
Hi everyone! Thank you for the lovely comments :DTall Gary, I had no idea you like bamboo so much! I'll have to try to take more photos! :D
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