14-09-08

Shishi odoshi (Zoo van Antwerpen, Antwerp Zoo, Today’s Flowers #4, photoshop)


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Oorspronkelijk waren de shishi odoshi herten- en vogelverjagers om de jonge rijstplanten te beschermen, nu zijn ze ook een rustgevend Japans tuinelement.

In origin the shishi odoshi were used to scare deer and birds in order to protect the young rice plants, now they are also a restful Japanese garden element.

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23:04 Gepost door Hildegarde in Vlaanderen-groen | Permalink | Commentaren (21) | Tags: planten, todays flowers | |  Facebook

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Hmmm... very interesting!

My flower is now posted," target="_blank">http://shutterhappenings.blogspot.com/2008/09/calachuchi.html">posted, too! Have a great week ahead!

Gepost door: ShutterHappyJenn | 14-09-08

Photo & Graphia
Hi, beautiful and very iteressante. Thanks for sharing so much beauty. Have a happy Today's Flowers.
hugs, Denise

Gepost door: Denise | 14-09-08

what a very interesting and creative post for Today's Flowers. I live it very much!

Paz

Gepost door: Paz | 15-09-08

Mr. These are very nice. I have seen them but only one at a time.

We had the tail end of Hurricane Ike here all day. I lost my cherry tree and a lot of limbs. The neighbors lost three trees and they fell on a power line and that weight broke the power pole. Not a good day here in SW Ohio.

Mine are on " target="_blank">http://canonpixels.blogspot.com/"> Canon Pixels

Gepost door: Abraham | 15-09-08

This Is My Blog What a great benifit to protect and beautify the garden.

Gepost door: Fishing Guy | 15-09-08

sfeervol beeld waneer het dan nog gelinkt is aan de antwerpse zoo, zoveel te mooier .
voor mij al weer te lang geleden.
mooi en dank
ludo

Gepost door: ludo | 15-09-08

Garden A so beautiful garden. Congratulations.

Gepost door: Luiz Ramos | 15-09-08

How unique and interesting! Looks like a great idea.

Gepost door: dot | 15-09-08

What a beautiful scene!

Gepost door: Sherry | 15-09-08

Wat een kleurschakerinen kent de natuur, het is permanente bron van verwondering.

Gepost door: Marius | 15-09-08

een soort prozacprikkers dus................

Gepost door: f r e d | 15-09-08

Interesting! I didn't know that! We only use scarecrows to scare the birds...

Gepost door: marina | 15-09-08

Een mooi stukje "environmental-art" tuin architectuur.

Gepost door: wim | 15-09-08

Knappe foto, perfect van compositie.

Gepost door: Ruby | 15-09-08

c'est étrange, mais avec des bambous c'est toujours si beau

Gepost door: objectif-p | 15-09-08

This is sooooo interesting. I've seen them one at a time in Japanes-style gardens but have never seen them in a row like this.

Gepost door: east Gwillimbury Wow! | 15-09-08

Great image! That is gorgeous! Colors and detail are superb!
Cheers, Klaus

Gepost door: Klaus | 15-09-08

Wat een mooie verschrikkers. Ik moest wel even bedenken waarom de vogels hier bang van waren. Het geluid van de wind door de holle basten?

Gepost door: tagrijn | 15-09-08

De japanners zijn meesters in het ontwerpen van rustgevende elementen.

Gepost door: Martine | 15-09-08

My Lovely Flwoers All about garden and flowers are interesting into TODAY'S FLOWERS!
Thanks for take part in TF!
Beautiful image of great garden!
Hope to see you every Sunday.
Santilli

Gepost door: Luiiz Santilli Junior | 16-09-08

Today's flowers marvellous garden. The oriental style is unique. Very beatiful shot.

Gepost door: claudia | 16-09-08

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