NF Trees n Bushes 48 Curtain Figtree

NF Trees n Bushes 48

Welcome to NF Tree n Bushes meme.

 I have always liked trees and have lots of them in my files that I never got around to post. I assume that many of you have it too. So, for this meme is not about running around taking shots today. You can as well dig in your files for those gems never posted. Trees and bushes comes in many shapes and forms and they look different as the year go by. Many of them has flowers and are showing autumn colors. They change always.

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Curtain Figtree
© NF Photo 140909, Queensland, Australia. 

This is a famous tree in Queensland. So huge they made it a tourist attraction. The pathway goes all around it so you can see it from all directions. It is an amazing tree. The "curtain" is aerial roots.

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  1. It is well worth visiting! A most unusual tree!
    Thanks for hosting!

  2. Hello, what a cool looking tree. The root system is amazing. Great shot. Thanks for hosting, have a happy week!

  3. That is really something. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Great! I have a Ficus tree in my post today, too :-)

  5. I think you stole the show today ... this is an amazing tree. There is another famous Fig Tree in Santa Barbara, California, but it's fame comes from location and size. The Fig trees seem to have it over all others :) Great shot, Monica :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

  6. Oh wow, I can see why this tree is famous. Those roots are amazing! Thanks for sharing, Monika:)

  7. Wow, what a special tree! Unbelievable, never saw something like that!

  8. Hello! I noticed a link to this lovely meme in Christine's blog. I too love trees and often post photos of them. I'll join you next time I have something interesting to share.
    Thank you for hosting!

  9. I see why it got that name!


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