Wave Hill 3 of 3

The breezes from the Hudson help to cool keep it cool in the summer. We spent some time seated in the shade of an enormous Linden tree. The plants in the rock garden are randomly arranged in square tubs of varying sizes.

Arbor, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Arbor, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Small-leaved Linden (Tilia cordata), Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Small-leaved Linden (Tilia cordata), Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Wavey flower, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Wavey flower, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Onion spc., Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Onion spc., Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Pea family, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Pea family, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Poppy spcs., Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Poppy spcs., Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Palm leaf, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Palm leaf, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Rock, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Rock, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Carniverous plants, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Carniverous plants, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Rock garden, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Rock garden, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Stairs, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Stairs, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Bell shaped flower, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016
Bell shaped flower, Wave Hill, NY 6/15/2016

Sydney Trees and Rocks

13th posting of photographs of Sydney August, 2015

Rocks thrill me and I love trees. I studied geology and worked as an environmental educator so when I travel I always pay attention to the inorganic as well as organic features in the environment. Here are some of the sandstone formations, eucalyptus trees, and fig trees of Sydney, Australia.