I don't really think the sundial is dwarfed, but what a spectacular tree.
"I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree.."
Really beautiful photos!So glad to have found/followed your wonderful blog!
Ha ha! Definitely more foliage here than I posted today, JBar!
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What an awesome, impressive, magnificent tree!
Amazing tree, as it scrolled down it looked like a gigantic head of broccoli .
That is an incredible tree. It must be ancient, as well as beautiful.
Wren, quite true. There are a lot of trees in the Botanic Gardens that are over 100 years old. :)
The tree is magnificent.
The sundials' outstanding too!It caught my attention first, before the tree did.Rosie
J Bar: That is a great tree behind the sundial.
Those trees are fantastic!
Are those monkey pod trees in the back? Looks like a wonderful place for a stroll.
The sundial is fascinating, but the tree is awesome!
Kaori, I'm not sure what sort of tree it is but I don't see monkey pod tree on the list of trees here. It really is a great place to take a walk.
The sundial looks like it's part of the tree - its trunk, in fact. Not sure if you intended that, but I like the effect!
Alan, I framed it so the sundial was in the centre, rather than it replacing the trunk. :)
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