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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE IN THE WORLD

Kudzu vine was brought from eastern Asia in 1876 and can grow more than 6.5 feet a week. Its starchy roots plunge deep into the soil, and just a fragment of the plant remaining in the ground is enough to allow it to come back next season. Few houses are abandoned and allowed to be taken over by vegetation. However, in parts of the south including the city of Atlanta those that are, are susceptible to being engulfed by kudzu.



































































































































16 comments:

Sat_hi_sh said...

A perfect blend of nature :)

Valerie said...

That's scary. Imagine if it took over the world...grins.

Dr.Antony said...

We had something similar in our lakes few years.Called the African weed,it practically filled the lakes,making them unsuitable for navigation. It was impossible to get rid of it,because tiny bits would grow and fill up again.The plant floats in water and fills the surface.

Amazing pictures!

P.N. Subramanian said...

Looks very beautiful. regular pruning could be attempted to keep the growth under control and add beauty to the cottages.

Gouri Guha said...

This is amazing but sounds the danger bell by the way its growing.

A S said...

wow!
amazing! yaar from where do u get such awesome pics?
:)
keep posting!

budh.aaah said...

Waah! Now THAT was amazing.

डॉ. रूपचन्द्र शास्त्री मयंक (उच्चारण) said...

यह गाँव तो वाकई में सुन्दर है!

Margaret Cloud said...

Boy, 6.5 feet a week, that does sound scary. If it is let to grow out in the forest, would it take over everything?Thank you for coming by.

Unknown!!! said...

wah!..so much greenery.. these shld be planted in every village..to counter the global warming :)

माधव said...

nice village

G.N.SHAW said...

very good green village,which is very attractive.

nsiyer said...

How beautiful, Babli? And what snaps. Great.

हेमंत कुमार ♠ Hemant Kumar said...

Babli ji,
Yah sach men duniya ka sabse sundar ganv hai---.apne in ke photografs bhee bahut achchhe liye hain.
Hemant

Indrani said...

This is truly AMAZING!
Thanks for sharing.

Jeevan said...

So nature and green village! interesting...