Photographer's Note

This photo was taken on the Northern side of the Adelaide Botanical Gardens. I think the image could be a little confusing. The trees in front are reflecting on the water and the trees to the side are reflecting of the sculpture. I like the confusion.

The Adelaide Botanical Gardens was first set aside in Colonel William Light's city plan for Adelaide in 1838. It wasn't until 1854, after a public appeal to Governor Sir Henry Young that gardens were established at the current location. First opened in 1857, the gardens are influenced by the Royal Gardens at Kew, England and Versailles, France and they receive 1.3 million visitors per annum.

I resized the photo, auto enhance, sharpened and added the frame.


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Additional Photos by Debbie Linkevics (deblink) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 644 W: 97 N: 715] (2548)
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