Friday, 26 June 2009

Rich


Mount Hay has the most amazing diversity of flowers. It seems that the harsher the conditions the harder nature works. In spring time there are dozens and dozens of tiny flowers. At this time of year things are leaner but there were still some to be found. The autumn banksias above and the Mountain Devil (Lambertia Formosa) below. After a while the weather got quite devilish too ... I'll show you that tomorrow.

2 comments:

  1. I really am enjoying this series as this flora is totally unknown to me! Beautiful!

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  2. Yes, we have an astounding style of flora. Maybe the more harsh the conditions the more unique the product: fire to the belly idea.

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