Thursday, May 15, 2008


This leaf is about five to six feet in length.
All images from the three usual locations here, were taken at Kendra`s home.
I was over the other day to see her brother, & decided to take a few shots in their gardens.
Have a nice week end & I hope you all have warm weather.


AndiF said...

Great perspective (but of course).

And a lovely Friday bouquet on Planet Earth.

Knucklehead said...

Morning Andif,
Thanks, I just had to shoot the leaf. I hadn`t noticed how big it was till I stood inside a few of the trees it grows on. I now understand life & shelter on a tropical isle.

Evangeline said...

Hello there!

Today, I’m full of the aches and pains of spring gardening, but I know that I’ll never have a yard like yours or Kendra’s. I won’t have much color but quite a few grapes, though. That leaf photo in your main post brings to mind a painting I saw in a German hyperrealistic art exhibition a few years back. And it’s just as incredible. Have a nice day, Andif, Olivia, Dada, and of course, KH.

olivia said...

Wow! What a great perspective for this photo Head!

Hi Evangeline!

Knucklehead said...

Are the grapes you mention the small champagne grapes you grow every year?

Knucklehead said...

I love plants with huge leaves.I keep hoping a lizard will run across the sunny side.

Evangeline said...

Hi, Olivia! Life is treating you good, I hope.

KH: I don't know if I would call them “champagne” grapes but yes, they've been cropping up around my front door for a few years now. I have no idea if this is going to work, but I'm linking a photo of my vines to this message – one of the few reasonably good photos I've managed to take of my “downtown” grapes. At least people don't take off with them like they do my lilacs.


Evangeline said...

I guess that “link” didn't work too good. Oh, well.