Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Dolls Point, Lady Robinsons Beach, Botany Bay

This view of this jetty at Lady Robinsons Beach on the shore of Botany Bay is from the southern suburb of Dolls Point. The Norfolk Island Pine tree, which is native to Norfolk Island, stands on the edge of Cook Park.

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  1. I love that tree. I don't think I've seen anything quite like it.

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    1. Sharon, it's a Norfolk island Pine. I've added a link to some info about it.

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  2. I was in Sydney this past week - too hot, too humid and too crowded with cars on the streets :( Yet your photo of Lady Robinsons Beach on the shore of Botany Bay is stunningly peaceful and cool.

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    1. This was the first day after the heatwave and it certainly was much cooler. Also, it was the afternoon of a work day so this part of the beach was very quiet.

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  3. Very well composed photo and very inviting for me in New England ~ as we are inundated with gray, snowy,rainy days ~ thanks,

    Wishing you a happy day ~ ^_^

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  4. Such a lovely view of the shore and the green tree! I like so much the pine trees... This one is so different from the ones I know in my region!
    Have a nice day and weekend!

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