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Cook Pine - Araucaria columnaris
The Cook Pine is easily distinguished from the other Araucarias by the manner its foliage tends to a appear to form in clumps. This magnificent tree is near Fisherman's Wharf in Woy Woy NSW Australia. It would be rare to see a specimen so perfectly branched and foliaged from the bottom to the top, which is probably due to the fact it has lived its whole life completely in the open with nothing to obstruct it. I cropped the photo to emphasize the wonderful height and powerful image of this massive tree. These trees are not native to the area and had been planted in various areas around the Central Coast. My belief is that it is over 100 years old and it would be interesting to do some research on when and why they were planted.A secluded beach in the Cook Islands
We recently returned from a 7 day holiday to the beautiful Cook Islands. The main island itself is only 32km in circumference and takes about an hour to cover by moped. I came across this beach while riding around the island and decided to capture it.It is a post card shot and there are millions out there but I just wanted my own postcard. I have post processed this image in Lightroom 3 and tried to bring out the true colors of this shot and trust me this is how it was. However if I have run amok with my post processing let me know so I may correct the image.
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