Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Fig Trees and Mangroves

A couple of shots from the shoreline in Darwin.  Fig tree roots growing down a rock face and some rather scenic mangroves.




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8 comments:

Lea said...

Amazing how trees can cling to rocks!
The second photo is a very pretty scene

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the fig tree roots are amazing. I have seen the mangroves in Belize, they grow so thick together. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

we have a few mangroves in my part of the world ;O)

Linda W. said...

Cool pics of the tree roots!

Margaret Adamson said...

Both shots are very good in their oen way

Liplatus said...

A strong root system of the tree.
Stunning landscape photo!

Andrea Priebe said...

Fig trees are the greatest ... and my only experience with Mangrove trees was in a canoe in Thailand ... also awesome. I think Darwin must have been a lovely place to visit :)

Andrea @ From The Sol

Fun60 said...

Love that top picture of the twisted roots.