Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

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Here’s how it works:

1. Each week, we’ll provide a theme for creative inspiration. You take photographs based on your interpretation of the theme, and post them on your blog (a new post!) anytime before the following Friday when the next photo theme will be announced.

2. To make it easy for others to check out your photos, title your blog post “Weekly Photo Challenge: (theme of the week)” and be sure to use the “postaday″ tag.

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This weeks challenge is :     




Totara is a tree reaching 120 ft high and has a diameter of up to 6 or 7 ft through. Along with other conifers, in particular rimu, it usually forms the scattered, emergent storey stretching above the dense canopy of broadleaf trees. The bark is thick and stringy – that of P. hallii is thin and papery – and the leaves, linear and sharp pointed, are less than an inch long and very dark green-brownish in colour. http://www.bushtown.co.nz/totara%20tree.html

Big tree trunk

My son is 1,95 m tall. shows how big the trunk is.

This metal silver fern ball is in the center of Wellington, New Zealand.




18 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Big | Tasagi Designs

  2. Quite nice to see Civic Square in a post, stumbled on randomly. I’ve always found it a strange coincidence too, that the artist has a similar work in Canberra, so my home and my adopted home have an artistic connection.

    Like the totara too!

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  4. The tree is amazing, but I have to visit one day to see that beautiful ball. New Zealanders have a lovely artistic flair and it shows in things like this.

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