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Really great shots! Interesting and lovely trees! Thanks for sharing a corner of your world. Have a great week!
I don't know what they are, either, but they sure are interesting - let us know if someone identifies them for you.
Very nice. The second one is a monkey tree and I've seen the last one but I don't know the name either
so unusual...thanks for sharing...
I don't think I've seen those trees around here. They are unusual and pretty.
You've got some interesting plant life there. These are neat.
Wow so unique, those are great shots.Have a great weekGuyRegina In Pictures
The second one is a Monkey Puzzle. I don't know the others but thats one of my favourite trees.
That is one unusual tree. Nice pictures!
And a very beautiful world it is. That unknown tree is very unusual.
The tree is a Banksia, native to certainly Australia, I'm not sure about NZ.
Thanks for the identifications, marja, sixstars and arija! I haven't been here very long and there is so much that I want to know!
The bottom tree looks like the Banksia nut which I have seen in Australia. I even posted an entry about this plant, last year after my trip to Oz.Great shots! Thanks for sharing and visiting. Have a great day!
Me again, you can see the Banksianut in my post of 28th September 2008. It's named after the botanist Banks on board of the Endeavour of Captain Cook. I hope you'll like it.
I do appreciate the info, Reader Wil! It's good to know other bloggers take the time to help me out!
Hi Betty, It's great to hear from you again. How's life in New Zealand?????Glad you are finding out what all of your trees are. They are gorgeous...Hugs,Betsy
I don´t know either but they are certainly worth showing! I like fir trees as I see them a lot but not like these.
Kia ora, Beautiful shots and so representative of our unique flora and fauna. We live in a truly wonderful place and must make sure we keep it that way. Must be cold up in the Naki today! It sure is here in Palmy.Cheers,Robb
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