29 October 2012

Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney-Part One

One of several entrances to the gardens

Ficus tree in background, Kangaroo Paw at front


Tree Waratah - Red Silky Oak




and the Pyramid with a little graphics play-time, but we will get to look inside another day, soon.

14 comments:

EarthAppleJane said...

Oh Carole, what a lovely visit to the Botanic Gardens. The bright red kangaroo paw and the tree waratah, just fantastic! Can't wait for part 2!!

einfachtilda said...

Was für eine andere Welt und der Baum ist ja grandios.

LG Mathilda

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful, exotic trees and blooms. i like that last edit, too!

Joop Zand said...

WOW....thats a lovely place too visit..... and you have made very good pictures Carola.

Greetings from Holland, Joop

Brian King said...

What a beautiful place! Your photos are fantastic and the tree in the third shot is awesome! Love that!!!

Montanagirl said...

Lovely place to visit! And you took some nice photos to share with us.

Jan Castle said...

Beautiful place...bet you could have stayed longer!!!
Hugs,
Jan

Stewart M said...

Hi there - that glass pyramid looks like the one outside the Louvre in Paris - I wonder which one came first.

Stewart M - Melbourne

Liz said...

Another great series, carole! I love the Waratah flower. And that glass pyramid is quite lovely!

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

It has been sometime since i last visited your blog Carole and I have missed your great photographs.
Now I am trying to catch up again.
Costas

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Pretty flowers and unique trees. I always love visiting Botanical Gardens.

Fergiemoto said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing these photos!

Judy said...

That huge tree with the roots hanging from its branches - so odd looking!!
I love the negative of the building!!
I have a bunch of old negatives, and am wondering how to use them as the subject of some photos. Any ideas...

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

A very interesting place to go. So many different plants, flowers I have never seen.

Thats for sharing.