Mt Tomah Botanic Garden

The Mount Tomah Botanic Garden is one part of Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens. They are located at Mt Tomah, part of “The Blue Mountains” to the west of Sydney and are specifically used for the housing of cool climate plants. These were all shot with a macro lens held over the LCA. (For details of how to do it – see my weblog of November 2004)

These were shot on Ektachrome 64T and cross-processed but the colours are surprisingly real (are they trying too hard in the lab? – I don’t know). I am still getting a lot of enjoyment out of these pics!

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Mt Tomah Botanic Gardens

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