It is so different than the landscape of my country, Finland. Looks beautiful. You are able to describe nicely.Have a nice weekend.
Fabulous photo! Looks like this garden is a must-see for any visitor to Sydney. thanks for sharing this.Hello from Montreal.
Hard to believe I was here only two weeks ago. Slightly depressing, too:-)
I remember walking through these gardens during our visit to Sydney, and being fascinated by the giant bats hanging from the trees.
The vegetation looks so lush Jim, a result of all the rain you've had.so looking forward to visiting the Botanical Gardens again.
I wonder how many frogs live in that pond... have you ever seen one in there?... Do you get cane toads in ponds? I heard they're a massive probem in Aus; that gangs of men go out hunting them with sticks... is that true..??I have 6 cousins in Australia btw so I'd love to go. I'd also love to go to Finland like Orvokki said. Lakes and pine trees... wow!;-)
Gledwood, I haven't seen frogs but I have seen eels in the pond. Cane toads which are an introduced species are a huge problem in Queensland and are spreading to other northern parts of Australia and slowly headng south. It is true people hunt them down to eradicate them. A few have been found in Sydney, suspected of hitching a ride on boats, but they're not in huge numbers yet.
Great capture of this lush vegetation area Jim.
Dave, I featured a post earlier in teh year with the bats (flying foxes) in trees here.
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