There's this Redwood plantation in East Warburton, Victoria which is odd because, well, why is it there at all? Turns out they were planted back about 1930 as part of an experiment - something to do with water yield - of which the results are apparently unknown. It has a kind of weird, spooky vibe but it's also amazing to see all these 60 metre high redwoods in orderly row upon row in the middle of natural forest.
Image ID 1752
Size: A1 (841mm x 594mm)