Bamboo Shoots


Bamboo


Sencha Jade
Embroidered napkin
Bamboo shoots


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Logo - Carpe Diem - June 2013


Prompt:
#217
Takenoko
(Bamboo shoots)

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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7 Responses to Bamboo Shoots

  1. phylor says:

    When we lived on the west coast, a bamboo “garden/forest” grew next to an old Victorian house that had seen better days. I always imaged a captain, returning to dry land with a present for his wife — bamboo shoots.
    You’ve captured that incredible green that the bamboo forests/garden give as a gift to the eye and spirit!

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  2. What a serene picture you paint with your haiga

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  3. Embroidery, whether in thread or words—or threaded words!—is such an art, and you’ve reflected it well.

    Bamboo

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  4. Geraldine says:

    Bamboo is such an amazing plant. So versatile too. I have some bamboo bowls that I use all the time. It’s so cool how they don’t get hot even with soup in them and clean up so well too.

    This is a lovely post. 🙂

    Hope you are doing ok Becca, sending good vibes your way. Take care. Hugs to you and your mom.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    How long has it been since I’ve seen an embroidered napkin? Years. And my goodness – do you remember the days when there were embroidered hankies? I can’t remember ever actually using one, but we carried them, always. I suppose it’s just another reminder that beauty doesn’t have to be useful!

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  6. This is a gorgeous haiga.

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