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    Botanical Gardens

    Copenhagen.



    Sony A6000

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    Re: Botanical Gardens

    Now thats a glass house!

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    Re: Botanical Gardens

    Thanks for the comment Mike.
    It certainly is spectacular considering it's in an area that gets snow most winters. The large round section is humidity controlled with tropical plants inside. Very difficult to get shots as the lens foggs up the instant you walk in. Did just manage this one:

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    Re: Botanical Gardens

    They'd sure need to maximise the sun in that climate Power bill for the roundhouse must be on the high side

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    Re: Botanical Gardens

    wow, spectacular hot house!
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    Re: Botanical Gardens

    Quote Originally Posted by Sambur View Post
    They'd sure need to maximise the sun in that climate Power bill for the roundhouse must be on the high side
    The Danes seem to do things pretty well in construction. Everything is double glazed and heating is sourced via a central system where household waste is processed to produce hot water which is then reticulated throughout the city and metered for general heating requirements. Expensive to set up, but very cost effective in operation. A large percentage of electricity in Denmark is via wind power. One of our friends just outside of Copenhagen said that 100% of his power supply is by windmills and solar.

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    Re: Botanical Gardens

    Quote Originally Posted by redeye View Post
    wow, spectacular hot house!
    Certainly is, and the outside gardens spectacular as well.

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