Wide Bamboo Shades

Wide bamboo shades – Plantation blinds.

Wide Bamboo Shades

wide bamboo shades

    bamboo shades

  • Also known as Woven Shades or woven woods, these blinds are made of bamboo, jutes or reeds.  These window coverings usually can be lined as an option to provide greater privacy.
  • UpSee woven wood shades.


  • (after a measurement and in questions) From side to side
  • Open to the full extent
  • with or by a broad space; “stand with legs wide apart”; “ran wide around left end”
  • Of great or more than average width
  • having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other; “wide roads”; “a wide necktie”; “wide margins”; “three feet wide”; “a river two miles broad”; “broad shoulders”; “a broad river”
  • across-the-board: broad in scope or content; “across-the-board pay increases”; “an all-embracing definition”; “blanket sanctions against human-rights violators”; “an invention with broad applications”; “a panoptic study of Soviet nationality”- T.G.Winner; “granted him wide powers”

wide bamboo shades – Bali Natural

Bali Natural Bamboo Roman Shade – Free Shipping, 27×54
Bali Natural Bamboo Roman Shade - Free Shipping, 27x54
Our beautiful Roman-style Bamboo shades can only be described as the sensible choice. Noted for their rich textures and beautiful colors they also help protect your home against penetrating heat and Winter air. Note: For inside mount, please order a shade that is smaller than the width of your window so that it fits inside your window or does not rub against the sides. It should be at least 1/4 of an inch smaller to ensure a proper fit. Not for outdoor use, it will mold in high humidity environment. Each shade comes with a Retro-fit kit recommended by the CPSC. This kit enables the removal of operating cords. For more information on Roman Shade safety go to

Bamboo Cutter

Bamboo Cutter
Using a steel saw blade mounted on an improvised bent iron bar to cut bamboo into specific sizes, all bound to be window shades and those cute wind spinning decor found behind him.

Taken during the Canon Photo Marathon Philippines. This year held in Tagaytay International Convention Center (TICC) last November 14, 2009. Yup not 2011 (as in the exif), it happens to be one of Canons requirement, to anti-date your cameras I guess to nullify industrious photographers who had all the time to go there beforehand and snap some images…smart move.

One whole day, three themes, released one after the other. Submit one photo per team, no post processing, no RAW. Submit it straight off the camera. Filters and accessories allowed.

Theme 1: (9:30-12:00)
Envy the eagles for they can fly the open sky;
Everything so huge would seem to grow smaller as they recede from the eye;
A wider perspective would be a breath taking experience,
Especially if its captured through our magnificent lenses.

Theme 2: (1:30-3:50)
Filipinos no matter where they go,
be likely to leave a mark of his hard work and merit;
The challenge is to capture his great efforts; impart his message through narrating photos.
It can be the fruit or the remarkable deed; for it will surely receive an overwhelming remark on your spirit.

Theme 3: (4:00-6:00)
Tagaytay is known to be a city of character qualities.
Look up and search for these moral traits.



??Canon EOS 10D + TAMRON SP AF 90mm F/2.8 MACRO?
????AE ??F3.2 ??????? 1/80 ????-1/3 WB 4100K?

??MINOLTA ?-303 si SUPER + ? Lens AF MACRO 50mm F3.5?
????AE ??F3.5????? 0?ISO 100?


????Canon?EF35mm F2????????EF28mm F1.8?????


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It was lined up that a bamboo was taken with a different camera (+ the lens).

An upper picture, Canon EOS 10D + TAMRON SP AF 90mm F/2.8 MACRO.
Aperture-priority AE, Aperture F3.2 and shutter speed 1/80 , Exposure Compensation- 1/3 , WB 4100K.

A lower picture, MINOLTA ?-303 si SUPER + ? Lens AF MACRO 50mm F3.5.
Aperture-priority AE, Aperture F3.5 , Exposure Compensation 0 , ISO 100.

The taken point of view and direction are a little different, so the shade of bokeh is partial.
What is it, bokeh of ? lens is preferred.

I’d like 50mm for the field angle, it’s neither too wide nor too small.
I want EF35mm F2 of Canon. EF28mm F1.8 is also fine.

Though these ? lens are macro lens actually, a too macro picture isn’t being taken.
There are a lot of landscapes of the temple by an attendant of travel.
Is this year’s cherry tree taken in MINOLTA?
Using a zooming zoom lens?

wide bamboo shades

wide bamboo shades

Blinds Bali Wood Blinds Northern Heights 2 Bamboo Slat Bamboo Light Oak B010
Blinds Bali Wood Blinds Northern Heights 2 Bamboo Slat Bamboo Light Oak B010 Crafted from North American hardwoods. this particular collection offers a bamboo finish for any decor. Bamboo may have visual inconsistencies in color and grain. these unique characteristics are inherent in this natural material and are not considered defects. Exact color matches cannot be guaranteed. For more design flexibility, traditional 2 slat size includes extensive collection of beautiful stains, paints and decorative options.


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