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Thermometer showing 30 degrees celsius, interior of Palm House, Kew Gardens



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Thermometer showing 30 degrees celsius, interior of Palm House, Kew Gardens

Thermometer showing 30 degrees celsius, interior of Palm House, Kew Gardens, London, United Kingdom, Europe

Robert Harding Picture Library provides high quality travel, nature, wildlife & environmental photos

Media ID 1145469

© David Hughes

Estimate Kew Gardens Measurement Palm House Celsius Centigrade Temperature Thermometer


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Refresh your home decor with a beautiful full photo 16"x16" (40x40cm) cushion, complete with cushion pad insert. Printed on both sides and made from 100% polyester with a zipper on the bottom back edge of the cushion cover. Care Instructions: Warm machine wash, do not bleach, do not tumble dry. Warm iron inside out. Do not dry clean.

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Estimated Product Size is 40cm x 40cm (15.7" x 15.7")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this print by David Martyn Hughes, we are transported to the interior of the iconic Palm House in Kew Gardens, London. The image focuses on a thermometer displaying a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius, perfectly capturing the tropical atmosphere within this remarkable botanical haven. The vibrant colors and contemporary composition draw us into this enchanting space, where exotic plants thrive under carefully controlled conditions. As we gaze at the photograph, we can almost feel the warmth and humidity that envelops us in this lush environment. Located in the heart of England's capital city, Kew Gardens is not only a popular travel destination but also an important center for scientific research and conservation efforts. The Palm House itself stands as a testament to human ingenuity and our fascination with nature's wonders. This vertical shot emphasizes both the grandeur of the Palm House architecture and its harmonious integration with nature. The thermometer serves as a reminder that even within bustling cities like London, one can find pockets of tranquility where time seems to stand still. Hughes' skillful photography captures not just an accurate measurement of temperature but also evokes feelings of awe and appreciation for our planet's diverse ecosystems. This image invites us to explore beyond our own borders and discover hidden gems such as Kew Gardens throughout Europe.

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