Friday, 20 November 2009

Skywatch Friday; Into the blue;




Neat rows of orange trees; outside Bourke.

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26 comments:

Marie Höglund said...

Ouh! We have the same "ingrediense" in our swf shot :-)

Digital Flower Pictures said...

The brown and green work well together.

Ida said...

Great view! :)
Lovely photo!

Janie said...

The orchard certainly looks well tended, and with plenty of sun! Nice photo of the landscape.

eden said...

woww.. lovely view

J Bar said...

An interesting view.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Manang Kim said...

OMG that is so pretty, I bet you smell the orange orchard too. ^_^ Happy sky watching!


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Nathalie said...

What a neat plantation indeed. I guess that type of culture is very dependent on irrigation - probably not the best in that climate. Does the water come from the Murray?

eileeninmd said...

It is a neat view from the plane. I love seeing the rows from up above.

Corner Gardener Sue said...

I clicked to enlarge the photo. What a fun one! I like the trees in a triangle.

Hildred and Charles said...

Wonderful photo and a great view.

Ann said...

Hi Titania,

The news is telling how hot it is in Australia. I hope it is OK where you are.

diane said...

You can't get more in the shy than that. The orchard looks funny in the desert.

IndianWildlifeClub said...

Looks like an oasis amidst the brown!

Debra said...

Great shot of those orange trees! I wish we could grow them where I live, but no such luck. :)

Stephanie said...

The orchard look small from above he he... but really neat! Very good shot and nice view.

Jossie said...

Looks really neat. Nice shot.

Arija said...

Looks like you have been around lately. I love the inland arid areas.

Dirkjogt said...

Nice to see! lovely picture

Christina. Sweden said...

Great wiew from above!

Jay - agent112778 said...

this view is what i long for everytime i ride a plane

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have a Great day for us Sky Watchers:)

Thanx for the Visit :)

azplantlady said...

Beautiful entry. We receive oranges here in Arizona during the summer from Australia. We do grow our own in the winter. Great post!

catmint said...

Titania, i am so enjoying our trip, yours actual, mine virtual and vicarious.

Kanak Hagjer said...

Wow...what a lovely view from above! A different kind of Skywatch photo.

Have a great weekend, Trudi!

easygardener said...

How very geometric. Something you would not notice from the ground.

Di said...

Titania, this comment is off topic, but didn't know how else to reach you.

I saw your statement to Sunita regarding your dentist friend who travels to India to fix the orphan's teeth. If you would email me, we would be happy to be in touch with your friend regarding "pedo shells" and will happily send a sampling of product to determine if they would be suitable for the dentist's use.

Thank you, Diana