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'Aquatic gardens' at District Wharf

I donít know what these really are, but there were five of them in the river at District Wharf, and they looked like floating gardens.

Two birds passing, posted earlier

Nikon D850 ,Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
1/250s f/10.0 at 40.0mm iso100 hide exif
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Date/Time04-Mar-2018 16:14:02
ModelNIKON D850
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Focal Length40 mm
Exposure Time1/250 sec
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Jeff Real20-Mar-2018 15:07
What a cool idea
This is so interesting, Helen
Nick Paoni20-Mar-2018 14:19
Yes they appear to be a garden platform of some sort. It will be interesting to return in the Spring to see how they've changed.
Milan Vogrin20-Mar-2018 13:58
Beautiful! V
Fong Lam20-Mar-2018 12:16
Great shot of these unusual gardens and a marvelous harbour capture...V
danad20-Mar-2018 10:46
An interesting experience ! V.
joseantonio20-Mar-2018 05:30
look lovely in the middle of the water.V.
Nirvan Hope20-Mar-2018 02:52
Fascinating! I'm curious what they are!
Gill Kopy20-Mar-2018 01:25
How extraordinary - they look so fragile - a storm would be a problem I think !!
Lamar Nix20-Mar-2018 01:07
Bright , crisp light of early morning under a cloudless sky is just right for this harbor view, including the mysterious vessels in the foreground! V
bill friedlander19-Mar-2018 23:28
A rather unusual structure, looking forward to what it looks like at peak season.
globalgadabout19-Mar-2018 23:17
the 'greening' of the harbour is an admirable idea, although perhaps not entirely successful..
Jim Coffman19-Mar-2018 22:45
I have never seen anything like that..