I make a second round with the new camera to try and learn how it works.
We start with a foto of the trimmings [prunings] of two weeks ago.
They fit compactly into a space next to the Textilis Bamboo and the firewood shed.
I have made two grandpa projects for little children I know.
The toys are based on the giant weta, a very rare NZ Native insect.
This foto shows the teeth of my large "breaking down" bandsaw. The saw can cut logs up to 400mm thick. These logs are about the size of a human torso.
This foto is of a piece of wood I found lying under a tree in the hospital grounds.
The label under the tree gave it a name, .... "Juniper". It is a relation of the Macrocarpa. It has berries as seeds.
This is a piece of bamboo from Phyllostachys Aureus. Pretty don't you think?
I was trying to fotograf the bees. Phat chance!!
This guava is suffering terribly from the frosts. I gave it lots of frost protection, but the wind has had a say in that.
Cheers Chris the Pipemaker