ANZAC Square, Brisbane.
Looking north-west from the Adelaide Street side of Post Office Square towards Central Station, facing Ann Street. The Sofitel Hotel on Turbot Street provides a backdrop.
The statue in the centre of the photo is a memorial to Queenslanders who fought during the Second Boer War, 1899–1902.
The memorial features a life-size Queensland Mounted Infantryman. It was sculpted by James Laurence Watts from 1912 to 1919. It is also known as Boer War Memorial and The Scout.
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Oh gosh, such a good human living photo!
Thank you, Cindy 😎
I guess I never stopped to think there would be palm trees Down Under. Are the native or imports?
There are both natives and imported. Palm trees are one of the reasons I love living here.