Posted by: Paul Sheringhams blog: a place of running dreams come true | October 5, 2013

Plants Boambee

Wasn’t a lot flowering. The bush is very dry. Sections usually with standing water on them are drying out. Some plants such as Satinwood are starting to shrivel and die. Tantoon was the most common flowering shrub.

When I take photos of flowers I am amazed in the detail. There are worlds upon worlds, detail upon detail. This world is infinite in its detail.

Boronia pinnata flower

Boronia_pinnata_2

 

Boronia_pinnata_1

 

Shaggy Bush Pea (Oxylobium robustum)

Oxylobium_robustum

 

Oxylobium_robustum_1

 

Leptospermum polygalifolium

Leptospermum_polygalifolium

 

Bushy Club Moss (Lycopodium deuterodensum)

Lycopodium_deuterodensum


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