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Discussion in 'Photos' started by GsVs, Dec 7, 2009.
Aberglasney Gardens Yew tree tunnel.
From the outside.
What a truly lovely thread this is.
The Tallest Joshua tree in the park, possible the world (that is what I was told!!)
Playa San Miguel, CR
Gordon River, Vancouver Island, BC
Trees, plus night sun, December, Prince George BC
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I'm guessing that "Dan" runs the local sawmill? Great shot, reposted in Great Road Signs...
Nope, not persimmons, or figs... Where is it located?
Limetree (Tilia sp.)
This is Harry tunnel exit point.. I'd guess these trees were not around at the time of 'the great escape'
It's located inside Garfield Park, Indianapolis, IN.
Limetree?.. Hmm sort of odd having a lime tree in a park but from the photos on Google it looks like you may be right. I had never noticed it before and I'll have to keep my eye on it to see what develops. Not sure, if you could, or if I would want to, eat them sitting in a city park...
Thanks for the replies guys...