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Planted along the western side of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, Australia, these Monterey pines were likely intended as a shelterbelt to abate winds meeting the peninsula shore. Located in Weston Park, a site named after the founder of a nearby nursery in 1914, the pines are twisted with curlicue branches, the midday sun glancing through the needled canopy.


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