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Old Apr 16, 2013, 1:12 AM   #1
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Had been to the desert botanical garden in Phoenix last month. It was nice to see a variety of desert trees/plants that are different. Glad to share some here.















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Lovely images, I do think they are all slightly over exposed to my taste, but that is only a matter of opinion. Can you tell us a little about the last two shots?
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Thanks for viewing and the comments. It was heavily overcast and I was losing light, so I set the exposure a little up, but I realize after seeing the pictures on the computer that I need not have done that. The pictures looked ok on the camera screen/view finder.

They have made a few interesting figures resembling human face, all done with larger models of natural material - fruits, roots, etc. Another such figure is given below:


As for the tree, I do not know what it is, but it was attractive and I have not seen such a tree in India. Hence I captured it. Many of this variety stand outside the entrance to the garden, near the car park.

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