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(June 20-25, 2006)

Hans Nyberg

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Andrew Novinc

Botanic Gardens: A Winter Wonderland

Black Mountain, Canberra, Australia

2:30 PM - 25 June 2006

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Conceived in 1933, first planted in 1945, and opened to the public in 1967, the Australian National Botanic Gardens currently spread out over 40 ha of the Eastern slopes of Black Mountain. The garden maintains a collection of plants from all over Australia and cultivates some of those threatened in the wild.

This week in Canberra, night time temperatures have dropped to -4°C making the search for colourful gardens in bloom a somewhat fruitless one. Never the less, the native flora has a charm all its own and manages to add a unique brand of green to the landscape.

Australia - New Zealand / Australia

Lat: 36° 17' 34.15" S
Long: 149° 6' 32" E

Elevation: 602m

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Canon EOS 20D digital camera, Sigma 8mm circular fisheye lens, Kaidan QuickPan Panorama head. Images touched up with Photoshop and stitched with Panorama Tools, PTGUI, & Enblend. QuickTime generated with PanoCube.

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