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Porto. Pç. do Cordoria

Porto. Pç. do Cordoria

A beautiful little park close to the Clerigo´s Church
Alameda of the garden of the Cordoaria formed by bananas that are not vulgar, either by the age (last decade of 1860), or mainly by the form.They usually have short, disproportionately thick trunks (some with more than six meters of perimeter), due to an illness that deformed them still young ... After the disease that marked them, the bananas go through the years

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Lindsey24-Dec-2016 16:52
Alien beings, come to earth...V.
Dennis Hoyne24-Dec-2016 03:09
Such unusual trees, a neat shot!
Julie Oldfield24-Dec-2016 02:10
Those trees are amazing. V
George McCarten23-Dec-2016 15:07
That is an unusual line of trees. Interesting, too, that they are called bananas.
Anna & Christian RECK22-Dec-2016 20:42
These big trees are really very strange and this shot even more beautiful!! BV. Anna
Martin Lamoon22-Dec-2016 20:00
Most unusual trees, a fine capture.
bill friedlander22-Dec-2016 19:23
A fine view of the fascinating trees. Lovely light for your image. V
janescottcumming22-Dec-2016 19:11
What unusual trunks. I've never seen anything like that. V
Nirvan Hope22-Dec-2016 19:06
Fascinating. It looks like new trees have grown from the old stumps - very interesting.
globalgadabout22-Dec-2016 18:54
the trees certainly appear well-anchored with the bulky trunks..
Jeff Real22-Dec-2016 18:25
These trees are quite amazing looking ~V~
Helen Betts22-Dec-2016 18:20
I agree with the others, very odd tree trunks, but excellent capture from this perspective. V.
Ruth Moorhead22-Dec-2016 18:20
The trees look as though they have been grafted. I wonder if there was a hard freeze at one time, or the groundskeeper pruned them hard, and these limbs sprouted afterward?
Gary22-Dec-2016 18:04
I agree, I've never seen trunks like those.
Neil Marcus22-Dec-2016 17:42
What strange tree trunks. What are they?
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