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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Sugarcraft inspirations from a bonsai bloom




The flowers bloomed after 15 years on a bonsai plant (species still unknown to me) here in Botswana in November 2007. I manged to capture few shots digitally but what awes me is it's pure sheer pristine beauty ! My camera could not capture it's perfection enough ! The edges kept on blurring even with very high resolution..such is Nature's perfection.
It has become again my source of inspiration for sugarcraft !

8 comments:

Purnima said...

Wow the bonsai bloom sure looks great, what colors! M sure that would inspire ur next beautiful creation for sure! Tks for sharing this rare sight!!!

Anonymous said...

I love your bonsai bloom. I would say the Bonsai is a "Sabi Star". I lived in Zimbabwe for 30 years and it looks like a Sabi Star to me. Anyway its beautiful. I also love your "African Wedding Cake" Everything about it is in African Tradition. Lovely work
Katie

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Thank you katie.I really loved your comments and for your clarification of the bonsai bloom.

Hummer Middle East said...

That's quite amazing!!!!!!!!

farida said...

hello soni can u share an email address with me i would really like to speak to u

farida said...

my email address is
alfie_ashanna@hotmail.com

Kamini said...

Hi Anamika

I've spent all free time in the past two days just drooling over your cakes and taking in all the minutest of details. I wish you lived back here in India and were taking classes. I'd be the first to join. Your cakes are SO SO SO awesome. I wanted to see all of them and then post for the first one - but seeing your query about the flowers - i decided to reply here. I do hope you see this comment.

The plant is an Adenium obessum. It is not necessarily a bonsai. The bigger the pot you put it into - the larger it will grow. And if you keep it in a place with loads and loads of sunlight -it will bloom through the year. I don't know whay it has taken so long to bloom for you - cos mine have bloomed within a year of getting them. Heres a link for you to read more about them if you're interested.

http://plantsarethestrangestpeople.blogspot.com/2008/12/cowardly-lion-adenium-obesum.html

Kamini said...

Hi Anamika

I've spent all free time in the past two days just drooling over your cakes and taking in all the minutest of details. I wish you lived back here in India and were taking classes. I'd be the first to join. Your cakes are SO SO SO awesome. I wanted to see all of them and then post for the first one - but seeing your query about the flowers - i decided to reply here. I do hope you see this comment.

The plant is an Adenium obessum. It is not necessarily a bonsai. The bigger the pot you put it into - the larger it will grow. And if you keep it in a place with loads and loads of sunlight -it will bloom through the year. I don't know whay it has taken so long to bloom for you - cos mine have bloomed within a year of getting them. Heres a link for you to read more about them if you're interested.

http://plantsarethestrangestpeople.blogspot.com/2008/12/cowardly-lion-adenium-obesum.html