#FriFotos – These Trees

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I’m a bit of a ‘freak of nature’ in that I love it. I’d much rather be outside amongst the natural world than any sort of city or urban environment. When I saw the #FriFotos theme was Trees this week, I knew that I wouldn’t have to look very far to come up with some photos. Turns out I had even more than I thought, from all of my travels.

Enjoy my favourite tree photos:

#FriFotos Trees

A setting sun peeking through the Cabbage Tree on the Mercer Loop, near  Karekare beach

#FriFotos Trees at Cable Bay NZ

Sunrise over the Pohutakawa trees at Cable Bay, NZ

#FriFotos Trees in Australia

On the Coogee to Bondi walk, Sydney Australia

#FriFotos Trees Hug a Tree

Hug a tree in the Botanic Gardens, Dunedin NZ

#FriFotos Trees at the beach NZ

Staff picnic in the first week of school in Northland – a decent introduction to life in the north!

#FriFotos Trees sunrise on west coast NZ

A crisp October sunset on the West Coast of NZ

#FriFotos Trees in Kaikoura NZ

Kaikoura coastline, New Zealand

#FriFotos Trees Ziplining

Ziplining amongst the trees in Honduras

#FriFotos Trees Tane Mahuta

I couldn’t leave out Tane Mahuta, Lord of the Forests!

#FriFotos Trees under the Christmas Tree

My sister and pug, Willie, and I under the Christmas tree in 2008.
That was the last time I spent Christmas at home.

#FriFotos Trees Christmas Tree hot

First Christmas in New Zealand, 27 degrees in Dunedin! Even the Christmas tree was melting.

#FriFotos Trees Rarotonga

A Rarotongan sunset from under the palm trees.

#FriFotos Trees at Lake Ngatu

Tea trees around the track at Lake Ngatu

#FriFotos Trees ahipara sunset

Tree Silhouettes against a setting sun background in Ahipara, NZ

That’s it for this week’s #FriFotos. Which of these trees is favourite photo?

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  • Tom @ Waegook Tom March 4, 2013, 12:07 pm

    Lovely photos! I like snapping shots of flora too, just so pretty :)
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    • Kate March 9, 2013, 8:43 pm

      Thanks, Tom!
      Looking forward to a fountain of flora photos to come from your upcoming travels. I’ll keep a lookout for the beauty of mother nature you encounter :)

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  • Kristin Addis April 1, 2013, 8:15 am

    I am a tree hugger as well ;)
    Love the one of the Kuari tree. They’re so impressive!
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    • Kate April 1, 2013, 9:18 am

      Thanks, Kirsten, Tane Mahuta is pretty magnificent! The world needs more tree huggers :)

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