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Logan Botanic Garden plant stalk

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Logan Botanic Garden plant stalk
Port Logan, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
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About the photo:

Logan Botanic Garden has been featured in the Photo of the Day before. There's a good reason for that, as the garden is a lovely spot, with plenty of beautiful views sure to please a horticultural fanatic or a photographer in search of natural beauty! Here is a closeup of a plant stalk at Logan.

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