Wednesday, October 6, 2010

A Bamboo Background


Seven Castles Park, Oeiras

25 comments:

brattcat said...

And a sun-filled foreground.

Olivier said...

waouhh belle photo, on dirait une peinture, j'aime la tonalité de cette photo

Steffe said...

Green & Yellow.

Rambling Round said...

And a beautiful day to match!

Mo said...

Not where I would have expected to find bamboo

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

A cheerful creation! I like it.
Cheers
Wong

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

It is a good thing that the bamboo has not spread to take over the field of flowers. I had a neighbor in Virginia who planted bamboo and I faced a battle to keep it out of my yard.

B SQUARED said...

Bamboo is becoming very popular in South Florida.

Halcyon said...

Beautiful flowers.

Sharon said...

I love a field of daisies.

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful capture, lovely colors and what a delightful park! Great place to spend some time! Have a great evening, JM!

Sylvia

Gine said...

Très beaux contrastes, avec beaucoup de lumière !

jennyfreckles said...

A cheerful picture for a grey day (here anyway..)

Jarart said...

I love fall and scenes like this one.

VP said...

We have background bamboo here, but not the yellow foreground flowers...

Photo Cache said...

these yellow blossoms make the place really cheerful and inviting

Per Stromsjo said...

And I've got neither background bamboo nor flowers. Fortunately I've got a bookmark for ODP...

joo said...

And we have the yellow foreground flowers, but not background bamboo here:)

Jacob said...

Bamboo and Black-eyed Susans? It's a beautiful scene! We've known people who planted bamboo in Florida to gain some privacy. But it very soon got out of hand. Crazy stuff when it starts growing!

Randy said...

Makes you smile!

gogouci said...

The lush green background sure does make the yellow color pop. Fun photo.

Cezar and Léia said...

Magnificent! :)
Leía

Joan Elizabeth said...

Look at all those flowers .. I always see the flowers.

Gunn said...

Pretty!:)

Francisca said...

Okay, I'm surprised... bamboo in Portugal...