Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Botanic Gardens, trees

25 comments:

  1. Slightly jealous as it is freezing here today in Georgia! Happy New Year!
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  2. Well! You'd think I would have noticed these palms Jim, the number of times we've walked through the gardens :)

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  3. Those palms are unusual, and a fitting centerpiece to this beautiful landscape!

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  4. Amazing how the strange growth angle doesn't seem to have undermined the strength of these palms. Lovely view.

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  5. This is a wonderful photo of this beautiful tree.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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  6. The angle of growth is odd... you don't expect that in trees.

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  7. Would love to visit your beautiful city - your shots always allure.
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  8. This beautiful tree reminds me of growing up in Florida. It is different from the tall palm trees we had, though.

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    1. That's a great way of looking at it, Margy. :)

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  10. Great shot!
    Happy new year to you and yours!

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  11. Those palm trees growing helter skelter like that is so unusual. I love it!
    JM, Illinois-U.S.A.

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  12. Very cool looking tree. I'm guessing that since there is a hint of a fence in the foreground that you are including this for Good Fences (?) - It's quite a lovely scene.

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    1. Yes, just a hint of a fence around a flower display.

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  13. That is really curious....I wonder if there is a special way to make them grow like that or if it is just coincidence?

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