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Canberra - Civic Square Christmas Tree 2011

Christmas 2011 is almost upon us and by now huge chrissy trees would have gone up in many cities around the globe. Well, here's our little bush capital's 21-metre tree at Civic Square, Canberra. It's very pretty, but OK perhaps a tiny bit low key compared to the very lavish displays of big cities... but meh.

Update: Perhaps I wasn't standing at the best spot. The tree at 21 metres high, is a lot taller than the nearby light poles but this doesn't quite show in the photo.

Update 2: Please also check out the 2012 version - it's a much sharper photo!

Copyright: Unkle Kennykoala
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 13/12/2011
Uploaded: 14/12/2011
Updated: 05/04/2018


Tags: australia; canberra; christmas; tree; night; 2011; act
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