Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

Rainbow Springs, New Zealand. April 2015

When we were in New Zealand last month, we visited Rainbow Springs, a haven in New Zealand where hundreds of native trees and wildlife live.  It’s also a place where they have raised and released more than 1,200 kiwi birds into the wild.  During our tour in the facility, we were greeted with many of these beautiful coastal Redwood trees.  These are different from the giant sequoia trees as they’re more slender and have these beautiful intricate leaves.  Just look at how dense and beautiful the patterns are! 🙂

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15 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

  1. andy1076 says:

    Wow! The symmetry is amazing on these 🙂

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  4. smkelly8 says:

    Intricate and graceful. Just beautiful.

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