Wednesday, 2 May 2018

Trees,

Trees galore at the Hollybank Nature Reserve.  
In the middle of this area is a cricket pitch, it's a big bare area.








31 comments:

  1. I like it very much. Love walking through the trees. Does not happen often... ; (

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    1. Always refreshing to walk through trees and look up.

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  2. What a fabulous place to walk through :)
    The cottage looks dwarfed by the tall trees. I like the previous post photo too, I love Holly, but don't seem to be able to grow any, all cuttings die.

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    1. It was quite the day we were there, it's a popular place for picnics with some families, the children can run around as long as they don't wander off into the trees...there are walks to be done in the bush in a different area..

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  3. The trees seem to be mainly conifers. Is this common?

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    1. No it's not common as the trees shown are not native. According to research those trees were imported years ago.

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    1. All together they do look rather wonderful as we are not used to seeing so many of those trees all in one place.

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  5. It's a very open forest. Must be exotic trees.

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  6. You have conifers and I grew up with eucalyptus galore in California. The world is upside down.

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  7. I loved looking at these splendid trees dear Margaret!
    i love living in area with so many trees and this one looks perfect

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    1. Lots of trees here in Tasmania plus World Heritage Area.

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  8. Iv'e probably never told you I love trees.

    (and sandy beaches...and....)

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    1. I know...and we have a lot of trees and beaches here in Tasmania.

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  9. Buena zona boscosa, para oxigenar los sentidos. Me encanta la paz que transmite.

    Besos

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    1. A beautiful peaceful place these trees and the area creates.

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  10. I never tire of seeing trees.
    I enjoyed your photographs, thanks.

    All the best Jan

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  11. A beautiful area. It reminds me of the staff picnics we held at Mt. Nebo back in the early 70s. On the Brisbane Show (Ekka) Wednesday public holiday we declared it a work picnic day. Lots of fun.

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