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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    Catching a few fish for tea took pictures a few years ago.

    Did you take that photo yourself or copy someone's avatar from worldseafishing dot com?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    Catching a few fish for tea took pictures a few years ago.

    Did you take that photo yourself or copy someone's avatar from worldseafishing dot com?

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    I'm a naughty KT I multinick on that forum.
    I am The Masked Angler

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    My final submission as I've been judged to be breaking the rules.
    Proof that poms take a bath once a year, LT was complaining about smelly poms again.


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    ^ Excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Dew at sunrise on a Bunya Pine sapling in the garden.

    First up ... great photo.


    But the horticulturist in me can't align the photo as being a Bunya Pine sapling.

    Below is an image of one ...



    The leaves on your image are more akin to a succulent.


    However, if I have mucked up and you are the proud owner of a Bunya Pine, I hope you have a huge garden and have planted it a loooooooooong way from your house.
    They grow up 45 metres.

    Carry on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
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    Top work KT.

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    Only two and a half hours left!

    Last chance to post your photo on the theme of water

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    The photo contest for April 2017 is now closed for entries. I'll post a new thread for the voting.

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    Hang on hang on, I'm just uploading mine now.... damn 128kps AOL line.

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    ^ There's always next April.

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    Not for TD there isn't.


    2 more months before chop chop snip snip Hello Big Mango.


    anyway, nearly there, 231kb to go before Big Mango Best Photo 2017 is uploaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Dew at sunrise on a Bunya Pine sapling in the garden.

    First up ... great photo.


    But the horticulturist in me can't align the photo as being a Bunya Pine sapling.

    Below is an image of one ...



    The leaves on your image are more akin to a succulent.


    However, if I have mucked up and you are the proud owner of a Bunya Pine, I hope you have a huge garden and have planted it a loooooooooong way from your house.
    They grow up 45 metres.

    Carry on.
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    Bit of a story behind this little tree. I was clearing some saplings in the garden and noticed one of them had strange leaves growing out of the trunk after it was already cut. I harvested as many cuttings as I could and potted them. The cuttings slowly succumbed over the course of the next 12 months but one of them survived and that is the one in the picture. I still had no idea what it was and gave it to the GF for her garden. She was driving around one day and spotted one similar in somebody's garden and they said it was a Bunya Pine. I googled it and it looks right.

    It does not look like a pine. the leaves are thick like a succulent but the leaves also grow out of the trunk like needles on a pine so I guess it is a kind of pine.

    Looks quite different to the pic you posted.



    Bunya Bunya Pine: Aboriginal Use of Native Plants

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