December 25, 2009
December 23, 2009
Video: Old Ginkgo at Maldegem, Belgium
Video playlist with 3 videos I made of an old Ginkgo tree at Maldegem (Belgium): Noordstraat 15, front garden of former house of Victor deLille.
c. 1840, female, with chichi.
More info on my website The Ginkgo Pages: http://www.xs4all.nl/~kwanten/
More videos I made of Ginkgo trees on my YouTube channel.
December 20, 2009
Huge Ginkgo seed sculpture in Oregon
A huge Ginkgo seed "Ginkoberry Gwa" bronze sculpture by NYC artist Ming Fay at the Oregon Convention Center (MLK Concourse -Ginkoberry-), Portland, Oregon.
The interior street which joins the Oregon Convention Center has two 14ft high bronze Ginkgo seeds installed on the north and south entrances as the "pillar of time". Above them are three clusters of Gwa flowers (American mythological Gwakalekala tree).
The artist was inspired by the Ginkgo forests of prehistoric Oregon.
More photos here.
December 17, 2009
Video: Ginkgo trees lit up in Japan
Ginkgo trees are lit up by 34 lights in Kumamoto Prefecture, Kumamoto city.
Video by morihiro00 on YouTube.
December 14, 2009
Updates of my website The Ginkgo Pages
December 13, 2009
Merry Christmas - Happy 2010
December 11, 2009
Video: Kids playing with Ginkgo leaves
Lovely girls and boys playing with Ginkgo leaves in Japan.
Location: Aoi-ku Shizuoka City.
Video on YouTube by Tubosumire.
December 09, 2009
Video: Tokyo - Admiring Ginkgo trees in fall
Beautiful Ginkgo trees in fall are admired by many people in Tokyo, Japan.
Location: Meiji Jingu Outer garden.
The trees are pruned into a small size because of toppling during the typhoon season in fall.
Video on YouTube.
December 08, 2009
Wedding photos in Ginkgo forest China
Couples in Zhongxian village, Yongxi county, Fujian province (China) take wedding photos amid a Ginkgo forest.
December 04, 2009
Ginkgo Messenger Art Project
Embodying a mobile and upside-down Ginkgo bonsai, multidisciplinary artist Mei-Kuei Feu presented her public art project for the first time in various neighborhoods of New York City in 2008. Fascinated by its beauty and its amazing history, the artist works with the Ginkgo’s fan shaped leaves as a medium for conveying printed images which reflect tragedies of the last century and the passion of present day life. Through a process of exchange, the public are invited to write their wishes for life on a photo shaped like a Ginkgo leaf, and in return, receive a real Ginkgo leaf stamped with "Ginkgo messenger".The Ginkgo Messenger project is born from a series of research work on a dialogue between humans and house plants. Linking the internal environment of our body and the external natural environment, the artist wishes to create a garden that is both intimate and public."
Click here to visit the artist's non-commercial interactive website
"Ginkgo Messenger" and write your wish or dream on a Ginkgo leaf.
To view a special page on my website about this project: click here.
photos © Mei-Kuei Feu