Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Minor


Tiny white flannel flowers (A. Minor) straggle in the sandy forest floor among the ants nests.  Much smaller than their big sisters (Actinotus helianthi) which flower mainly in spring.

6 comments:

  1. What a beautiful way to capture this delicate flower.

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  2. It's so beautiful and delicate!

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  3. Beautiful, both flower and shot. Also like the little 'volcano' on the previous post.

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  4. lovely simplicity, nicely captured.

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  5. Beautiful shot.
    I don't know why buy I always thought flannel flowers lived in the high alps (maybe I'm thinking of the Sound of Music - you know, edelweiss).

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