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October 31, 2006

Ginkgo fallen leaves sink

Ginkgo vessel sink and bowl designed by Wawirka, inspiration by nature!
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Updates of my homepage The Ginkgo Pages

* Added Ginkgo fossil photos: Lower Upper Permian (Germany) and Oligocene (B.C. Canada). Also on Spanish page.
* Added text and photos of Ginkgo petrified wood. Also on Spanish page.

October 30, 2006

Ginkgo leaves falling at once

"All of a sudden I realized that the tree was dropping its leaves - all at once - on its own. I jumped up and ran outside. It was a magnificent sight. I stood there with my mouth open as I watched the leaves fall to the ground. It was a shower of gold. Beautiful little fans were gently flitting and floating to the ground. Some were twirling, and others fell slowly as though they were golden snowflakes.
It was a moment of pure joy. I could feel my heart swelling with happiness as I stood there smiling and thinking what a privilege it was to see this glorious display of nature."

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October 26, 2006

Rabbit with Ginkgo leaves

This lovely photo of a rabbit with Ginkgo leaves is made in Osaka, Japan. You can see more photos of the Ginkgo rabbit here.

October 19, 2006

You Tube and Ginkgo

YouTube is a consumer media company for people to watch and share original videos worldwide through a Web experience. Everyone can watch videos on YouTube—both on and across the Internet.
Type in "Ginkgo" in the search box and you'll find for instance videos by Davy Levkovich, Kyoto University.

October 18, 2006

Growing Ginkgo in Northern California

Can I grow Ginkgo tree in Northern California, Laytonville area Zone 14 at about 2000 ft elevation ?

Question by David Jensen

October 13, 2006

Updates of my homepage The Ginkgo Pages

* On this page (readers for readers) added photos of a school project in Argentina.

October 09, 2006

Special fall color of Ginkgo leaf

This Ginkgo leaf that I spotted in Amsterdam has a special fall coloring, enjoy!

October 06, 2006

Where can I get/buy pressed Ginkgo leaves?

Hi, I am an artist and have recently started used pressed ginkgo leaves in my mixed media collages.
Do you know where I can buy nicely pressed, flat ginkgo leaves? My sister has been getting them for me from a friend's tree. I hate to keep asking. I ordered some from a pressed flower place in California and they were unusable! They stacked the leaves all together and pressed them......the stems from the stacked leaves made 'bruised" dark lines criss crossing all the leaves. I can't believe they would pressed the leaves in that way.
I would appreciate any information you could give me.
Question by Sue.

October 05, 2006

Updates of my homepage The Ginkgo Pages

* New photo photospecial page: old Ginkgo, Humboldt University, Berlin.

October 04, 2006

Ginkgos and Logan Airport 9/11 Memorial

The first two planes hijacked on Sept. 11, 2001 took off from Logan International Airport, setting in motion a chain of events that changed the world. Massport officials unveiled plans for a $3.5 million memorial that will commemorate Logan as the "Point of Departure."
Visitors entering the two-acre memorial will find two separate walkways diverging from the same spot, symbolizing that American Flight 11 and United Flight 175 both took off from Logan that morning. As the planes took different routes to the World Trade Center, the walkways each will offer a different path, winding through a grove of Ginkgo trees.

October 02, 2006

Updates of my homepage The Ginkgo Pages

* Added Ginkgo fossil photo: Paleocene (Spitsbergen, Norway). Also on Spanish page.
* Added photo of Ginkgo in Monaco.
* Added photo of Meissen porcelain plate with Ginkgo design on Art-page.

October 01, 2006

Ginkgo, Heineken and grasshopper

Special photo of Ginkgo leaves with grasshopper and Heineken beer. This photo can be seen and downloaded in various sizes at, photo by Haupthase.