Friday, November 02, 2007

Green (Koru)

Well, I had to take this and post at least once and possibly many to follow. It's a kind of symbol of NZ in my opinion; a stylized version is used in the Air New Zealand logo.

15 comments:

  1. That's lovely. Ferns can be so beautiful as they unfurl....

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  2. Wow - This is beautiful! Is this native to NZ only?? I've never seen anything like this.
    This shot is amazing!

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  3. Beautiful photo; the depth of field is nice and you captured the frond well.

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  4. And Fernleaf is a popular brand of milk in Singapore / Malaysia. hehe


    are these ferns edible. I know there are some ferns from Borneo island that is edible and very very delicious! yeah, i ate some before.

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  5. I actually like your tighter version on your blog Ben. Nice symbol of NZ

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  6. Fantastic capture and also a wonderful blog

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  7. Weheyyy!! Here a spaniard writing from Stockholm. For being from NZ you go directly to my links as I'm planning to move there in some years;)

    What exactly this symbol means, do you know?

    Take care mate, keep updating pics like those ones

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  8. Hi - so pleased you popped over to Rabaul for a visit - there are actually a lot of Kiwis here in PNG.

    Love this photo and have enjoyed catching up with your blogs.

    Cheers

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  9. I adore ferns. Do post more. This one is just lovely. Sorry I missed your Blue post yesterday. Nice one - perfect day with just enough wind to lift that flag.

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  10. GORgeous fiddlehead, wonderful capture, so nice and crisp!

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  11. Fiddleheads! I'd forgotten they were called that. Now I'll have visions of violins dancing through my head.

    I'm partial to macros, but this is an excellent photo regardless. :D

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  12. Thanks, everyone.
    The one that on my blog is a result of little more closer to the subject.

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  13. Very pretty. We have a ton of varieties of fern here in Oregon too :)

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  14. Cheers, HoodPhotography.

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