Once again I'm joining in with Deb's feature which this week is about trees...solitary trees to be exact. But some of my photos maybe have a few more trees :-). So here we go...my tree pictures...
The first photo was taken in Reid, Australian Capital Territory, when DH and I visited a very historic church which pre-dated the setting up of Canberra. I was quite taken with this huge old tree in the graveyard.
This is also in Toowoomba...this old tree was growing on the footpath along one side of the Laurel Bank Park....
|This tree was growing at Picnic Point on the edge of the range at Toowoomba|
|yet again...Picnic Point. This tree is near the lookout area|
|This is an old cypress in Queens Park, Toowoomba ; note the perspex 'collars' on the tree trunk to discourage possums|
|A lovely old palm tree in Queens Park|
|Technically not a solitary tree. These trees on Norfolk Island are growing horizontally because of the strong winds that buffet the area around the golf course and graveyard.|
|One of the many Norfolk Island pines that cling on to the cliffs|
I had planned to drive over to my old primary school to take some photos of trees there that were mature specimums when I was a student there over 55 years ago! But will save that for another time.