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High Res Photos for a Forest Garden Presentation  RSS feed

 
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A friend and I are preparing a presentation on forest gardens here in Galicia and I had an idea for the presentation that I need some help to implement.

I would like to show high-res pictures of a mature forest garden, which to the naked eye would seem wild and jungle-like but then show the same pictures with little arrows indicating each plant that is pictured. I am having trouble finding high-res pictures that also contain information on what trees and plants are pictured. Anyone have any? Or is there maybe already a thread on these forums with detailed pics of forest gardens?

To give an idea of what I am looking for. If anyone is familiar with the West Coast Food Forestry PDF, I really like the pictures in it and below the pictures it tells you what is there but the pictures in the PDF are very low-res.

Hoping to get some community projects started here as I work on my own food forest.

Thanks!

 
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