In Melbourne’s Royal Botanical Gardens there’s a crater lake decorated with cati and drought-hardy succulents.  They call it Guilfoyle’s Volcano, and its worth Googling to read about the history of the crater, which is a recreation of an 1876 planting by the second director of the gardens. I was trying out the macro setting on the Fuji X100. Once you get the knack of mete rings, it turns in some quite nice images.   

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