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Another lovely tree.  I have never noticed that they actually get figs on before ... I guess that's why they are called fig trees.


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    1. I liked the way the light in the background made such a great backdrop.

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    1. Again I knew you would like this one. You have made some lovely shots of similar trees in your blog.

  3. Those Moreton Bay Figs are the best. We had a few trees in a neighbouring park when growing up, but they were much younger than those.

    1. Trees do well with age ... unless they are wattles and other fast growers.


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