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The sun is up and we are cruising our way back home.  Somewhere between Dunnedoo and Gulgong we saw this plantation.  I don't know what sort of crop it is. Do you?

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  1. No. The two tones, brown and blue are striking. The trees look like they are standing at attention.

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  2. They look kind of "nuttish" to me.
    Maybe pistachio?

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  3. Letty, I thought nuttish too.

    Diane, I guess that is why I can't stop myself taking images of plantations like this ... its their regimentation that makes them beautiful to me.

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  4. Yes, I like their regimentation, too. But I prefer this season to their 'clothed' season. I was going to say, perhaps, olive trees.

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