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Landscape Collection (#4)

Background imageLandscape Collection: a misty autumn day

a misty autumn day

Background imageLandscape Collection: view over the lake in

view over the lake in autumn

Background imageLandscape Collection: The Lake

The Lake
view over the lake in autumn

Background imageLandscape Collection: The Bottle Tree of Queensland

The Bottle Tree of Queensland
Oil on board, no date. According to the Official Guide to the North Gallery, 1892, The Bottle Tree of Queensland.- Beyond, a grass fire through which the artist and her companions had to gallop

Background imageLandscape Collection: Large Flowering Sensitive Plant

Large Flowering Sensitive Plant. Mimosa pigra. Illustration from New illustration of the sexual system of Carolus von Linnaeus by Robert J. Thornton, London, 1799, Publ. Dr. Thornton. Tab. 17 T.017

Background imageLandscape Collection: Rock Garden, RBG Kew

Rock Garden, RBG Kew
The Rock Garden, RBG Kew, Alpine House (right) and Princess of Wales conservatory (background)

Background imageLandscape Collection: 824. View from the Sierra of Theresopolis, Brazil

824. View from the Sierra of Theresopolis, Brazil

Background imageLandscape Collection: 820. Spring Gardens, Jamaica, with its Cocoanut Palms

820. Spring Gardens, Jamaica, with its Cocoanut Palms

Background imageLandscape Collection: 819. View from Kalutara, Ceylon

819. View from Kalutara, Ceylon
Casuarina and Cocoanut Trees

Background imageLandscape Collection: 815. Barranca de Castro, Teneriffe

815. Barranca de Castro, Teneriffe
Tree Heather, Laurels, Goats, and Shepherds in blankets and topboots

Background imageLandscape Collection: 812. Gate of Mariamma Temple, Japan

812. Gate of Mariamma Temple, Japan

Background imageLandscape Collection: 806. Elephant Gate and Neem Tree at Chittore, India

806. Elephant Gate and Neem Tree at Chittore, India
Chittor or Chittogurh in the North-West, on the River Birneh, is the ancient fortified capital of Rajpootana, formerly of great importance, and containing some fine architectural monuments

Background imageLandscape Collection: 805. The Soembrin Volcano, from Magellang, Java

805. The Soembrin Volcano, from Magellang, Java

Background imageLandscape Collection: 804. The Kluet Volcano, from Ngantang, Java

804. The Kluet Volcano, from Ngantang, Java

Background imageLandscape Collection: 803. The Preanger Mountains, Java

803. The Preanger Mountains, Java

Background imageLandscape Collection: 802. Three Volcanoes, from Tremangong, Java

802. Three Volcanoes, from Tremangong, Java

Background imageLandscape Collection: 799. Palace of Deeg, Bhurtpore, India

799. Palace of Deeg, Bhurtpore, India
Deeg lies a little north-west of Agra, and the palace buildings are said to be unsurpassed in India for elegance of design and perfection of workmanship, except by the Taj Mahal of Agra

Background imageLandscape Collection: 798. Lake of Islands, Oodipore, Guzerat, Western India

798. Lake of Islands, Oodipore, Guzerat, Western India

Background imageLandscape Collection: 797. Street in Ajmere, and Gate of the Daghar Mosque

797. Street in Ajmere, and Gate of the Daghar Mosque
Benevolence to Bulls and Birds by Hindus

Background imageLandscape Collection: 796. Kattiawar from the road up to Pallitana, Western India

796. Kattiawar from the road up to Pallitana, Western India

Background imageLandscape Collection: 795. A Ruined Mosque at Champaneer

795. A Ruined Mosque at Champaneer
Near Baroda, Western India

Background imageLandscape Collection: 792. Plant and Animal Life at Mudgee, New South Wales

792. Plant and Animal Life at Mudgee, New South Wales
White Gum Trees and Casuarina, in the centre, with Platypus (Ornithorhynchus paradoxus) in the water anti Native Bear (Phascolarctos cinereus) in a fork of the Gum Tree on the left

Background imageLandscape Collection: 782. Karri Gums, near the Warren River; West Australia

782. Karri Gums, near the Warren River; West Australia
Casuarinas and Emus in the Foreground. The Karri Gum trees (Eucalyptus diversicolor, F. Muell.) are among the tallest trees in the world

Background imageLandscape Collection: 780. Branch of a Grevillea, and a View on the Swan River, West Australia

780. Branch of a Grevillea, and a View on the Swan River, West Australia
The branch bears both flowers and seed-vessels, and is probably Grevillea leucopteris, Meissn. Behind is a bush of the same, and a Red Gum Tree hung with a species of Loranthus

Background imageLandscape Collection: 779. An Old Currajong Tree, New South Wales

779. An Old Currajong Tree, New South Wales
The aborigines make their fishing lines from the bark of the Currajong (Hibiscus heterophyllus, Vent.), and the soft, spongy trunks are formed into canoes

Background imageLandscape Collection: 774. A Natural Fernery in Victoria

774. A Natural Fernery in Victoria

Background imageLandscape Collection: 770. View from Collaroy, New South Wales, looking towards the Liverpool Downs

770. View from Collaroy, New South Wales, looking towards the Liverpool Downs
The plain is dotted with Gum trees and the river bordered with Casuarinas, with blue and crimson Parrots (Aprosmictus erythropterus) in the branches of the Peppermint (Eucalyptus piperita, Sm)

Background imageLandscape Collection: 769. White Gum and Stringy-bark Trees, New South Wales

769. White Gum and Stringy-bark Trees, New South Wales
The bark of the latter (Eucalyptus obliqua, L Her.) comes off in large slabs, and is used in making wigwams and roofs; and the natives also use it when they wish to cross a river

Background imageLandscape Collection: 768. Our Camp on the Bunya Mountains, Queensland

768. Our Camp on the Bunya Mountains, Queensland

Background imageLandscape Collection: 763. View, looking out of the Bunya Forest at the summit, Queens

763. View, looking out of the Bunya Forest at the summit, Queens
The tops of some Bunyas (Araucaria Bidwillii, Hook.) to be seen in the middle distance, on the right

Background imageLandscape Collection: 756. Forest Scene in West Australia

756. Forest Scene in West Australia
Foreground of Grass Tree (Xanthorrhoea); on the right, a species of Kingia probably distinct from K. australis, in the middle; and a Cycad (probably Macrozamia Fraseri, Miq.) on the left

Background imageLandscape Collection: 754. View of Melbourne, from the Botanic Gardens

754. View of Melbourne, from the Botanic Gardens
The miniature trees in flower in the foreground are a species of Cordyline indigenous in Australia

Background imageLandscape Collection: 753. Various species of Acacia and other shrubs, good for bindin

753. Various species of Acacia and other shrubs, good for bindin
A branch of Acacia Cyclops, A. Cunn. bearing flowers and pods in front. Observe the brilliantly-coloured funicle encircling the seeds

Background imageLandscape Collection: 752. View near Brighton, Victoria

752. View near Brighton, Victoria
Looking through a hedge of Ti Shrub (Leptospermum spp.) with a caterpillars nest of the leaves above on the left. The small-leaved species on the right is probably L. scoparium, Forst

Background imageLandscape Collection: 745. Evening Glow over The Range. 745. Evening Glow over The Range

745. Evening Glow over The Range. 745. Evening Glow over The Range
Seen throughRed Gums at Harlaxton, Queensland

Background imageLandscape Collection: 739. Flowers and Seed - vessels of the Port Jackson Wooden Pear

739. Flowers and Seed - vessels of the Port Jackson Wooden Pear
Like the fruits or seed - vessels of so many Australian shrubs and trees, the Wooden Pear (Xylomelum pyriforme, Knight) is very hard and woody

Background imageLandscape Collection: 737. Gum Trees, Grass-trees, and Wattles in a Queensland Forest

737. Gum Trees, Grass-trees, and Wattles in a Queensland Forest
These belong to the genera Eucalyptus, Xanthorrhoea, and Acacia respectively; the last in flower

Background imageLandscape Collection: 733. View of the Organ Pipes, Mount Wellington, Tasmania. 733

733. View of the Organ Pipes, Mount Wellington, Tasmania. 733. View of the Organ Pipes, Mount Wellington, Tasmania
These are basaltic columns, such as are found in many other parts of the world

Background imageLandscape Collection: 732. Palms and Ferns, a scene in the Botanic Garden, Queensland

732. Palms and Ferns, a scene in the Botanic Garden, Queensland
On the left are Asplenium Nidus, L. with large undivided fronds, and Platycerium grande, J. Sm.; behind them the arboreous Alsophila australis, R. Br

Background imageLandscape Collection: 728. She Oak Trees on the Bendamere River, Queensland, and Compa

728. She Oak Trees on the Bendamere River, Queensland, and Compa
She Oak is the colonial name of one or more species of Casuarina, a genus which finds its maximum development in Australia, where there are about twenty species spread all over the country

Background imageLandscape Collection: 726. Flowers and Foliage of the Silver Wattle, Queensland

726. Flowers and Foliage of the Silver Wattle, Queensland
This tree (Acacia dealbata, Link) yields an excellent gum, and when in flower it scents the whole country with its sweetness

Background imageLandscape Collection: 725. Blue Gum Trees, Silver Wattle, and Sassafras on the Huon Ro

725. Blue Gum Trees, Silver Wattle, and Sassafras on the Huon Ro
Both living and dead trees of the Blue Gum (Eucalyptus Globulus, Labill.) associated with Acacia dealbata, Link, and Doryphora Sassafras. Endl

Background imageLandscape Collection: 717. Castle Hill Station, with Beech Forest, New Zealand

717. Castle Hill Station, with Beech Forest, New Zealand

Background imageLandscape Collection: 714. View of the Otira Gorge, New Zealand

714. View of the Otira Gorge, New Zealand
Conspicuous in the vegetation of the foreground are the white plumes of the Toe Toe Reed (Arundo conspicua, Forst.), and on the rocks, trees of Dracophyllum Traversii, Hook. f

Background imageLandscape Collection: 710. View over the Blue Mountains towards the Sea, New South Wal

710. View over the Blue Mountains towards the Sea, New South Wal
Flowers, seed-vessels, and young shoots, of Syncarpia laurifolia, Tenore, a tree of the same beyond on the left, and a Kangaroo Rat in the foreground

Background imageLandscape Collection: 709. View from the Botanic Gardens, Hobart Town, Tasmania

709. View from the Botanic Gardens, Hobart Town, Tasmania
Grass-Trees (Xanthorrhoea sp.) and an Oyster Bay Pine (Frenela rhomboidea, Endl. var. tasmanica) in the foreground

Background imageLandscape Collection: 707. Palmyra Palms and Epiphytal Trees in Flood-time, Java

707. Palmyra Palms and Epiphytal Trees in Flood-time, Java
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