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Skeleton Trees, Tiger Bay Wet Lands, Warren, New South Wales

By BobinAus
This lagoon lies beside the Macquarie River on the western plains of New South Wales. It was established some decades ago to provide habitat for birds, aquatic animals and other wild life. I presume that the eucalyptus trees died when the lagoon was created.

Tags: Landscape Australia Lagoon Black and white Dead trees New south wales Landscape and travel

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12 Mar 2018 11:37AM
Nice monochrome conversion 😊
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2018 12:22PM
This is a very appealing Mono. I have only seen this kind of trees in the water in Sri Lanka.
Beautiful photography... IsabelGrinGrin
BobinAus Plus
5 2 10 Australia
12 Mar 2018 8:02PM

Quote:Nice monochrome conversion 😊


Thanks Andy,

Bob
BobinAus Plus
5 2 10 Australia
12 Mar 2018 8:08PM

Quote:This is a very appealing Mono. I have only seen this kind of trees in the water in Sri Lanka.
Beautiful photography... IsabelGrinGrin



Thanks for your comment, Isabel. Many types of gum tree can't survive when they are flooded for any length of time. In the big reservoirs and artificial lakes, large areas of skeleton trees make a very stark scene.

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