Garden Photography : Monochrome, Palmetum…

Townsville Palmetum pcsx40 127_4000x3000

Townsville Palmetum pcsx40 133_4000x3000

Townsville Palmetum pcsx40 126_4000x3000

This is the last week of the monochrome challenge over at Jude’s “garden Photography” challenge.

These are images from a very special Botanic Garden in Townsville, Palmetum.

To see more of it in full colour go here.

For March the theme will be “wild life”. Now that will be interesting. So pop over to Jude’s place to see what others have to show us.

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6 thoughts on “Garden Photography : Monochrome, Palmetum…

  1. Love the last photo, with the palms in a row!

  2. Beautiful images, Pauline. Love those roots. Your photo reminds of a Mysore Fig tree we saw in Thomas Edison’s garden in Fort Myers.

    • The soil in Australia is very shallow and they need those big buttress roots to hold them up. Amazing how plants work out survival strategies.

  3. I’ve never seen a grove pf palms, absolutely wonderful Pauline!

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