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Hyde Park
Australia

I've always been impressed with the fig trees. Back home (in Europe), people grow them in pots as indoor plants - I would have never thought that those straggling plants are the same as the massive trees you can see just about everywhere in Perth!

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Uploaded: 04/02/2011
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