06 February 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday


Late last winter we decided to rid our garden of the copious amounts of giant calla lillies. Many people like them, but I hate them with a passion, they take over the whole garden and look awful through the winter months. They are really hard to get rid of too. We took a whole ute load to the tip after we'd ripped them from the garden. Not six months later, they've started to infiltrate enemy lines again. As pretty as this growing plant is, it's future isn't a bright one (insert evil laugh here).

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11 comments:

fairchildstreet said...

love the colour. Charmaine

Rachel Leigh said...

This is so neat looking! I love it!

kasiabear said...

just stunning!!

indicaspecies said...

This is a fabulous shot.

The Clip Cafe said...

It's very pretty I love the green.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Absolutely amazing photo...wow.


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Sharon said...

Love the vibrant green and the little spirals you've captured. It looks mouth watering - even though you can't eat it! Great pic :)

Serendipity said...

Wonderful shadow shot!

Cassie said...

I had to read your post out loud to my husband so he could share a laugh with me. You see, I bought a gorgeous big Calla Lily plant last summer and had a heck of a time keeping it alive.I mourned each week when another frond bit the dust.It finally croaked and I was sad. Now to find out they are a nuisance!! I guess I'm glad it died now,as we don't need any more "noxious weeds" up in N.Idaho!!! hehe.

Beautiful ShadowShot BTW. Have a great week.

Jeri ~ said...

Beautiful!!

Miss Becky said...

wow, what intense color here, and your shadow shots are gorgeous! you're always so creative Emma, it's a real treat to visit your blog and see what you're up to here! Happy SSS!