|The full-length cross-section through the Palm House at Kew.|
|The ghostly staircase.|
Meanwhile, on his way back to Vienna, Florian stopped off in Paris and managed to grab an opportunistic scan of the oldest tree in Paris. It is a Robinier pseudoacacia (false Acacia), or locust tree, planted in 1601 in the Square René Viviani, next to the Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre Church, also one of the oldest in Paris.
|The Robinier False Acacia, Square René Viviani (from Wikimedia).|
|Overview of the scan of the square, church to the left and tree in the centre.|
|The Robinier False Acacia, planted 1601.|