Spring has come to the mountains: _Fuschia Heath_

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Ian Stehbens on September 25, 2008

This macro view of a micro flower delights me, as do all the micro flora one encounters in the Blue Mtns.

Ghiocela on September 26, 2008

Very beautiful and special this flower, Ian! Greetings, with spring in the soul, Simona

Ian Stehbens on September 26, 2008

Thankyou Simona. Please receive this set of four images as a gift of friendship. I wish I could press them and send them to you in a card..

Kind regards,

Ian

Ghiocela on September 26, 2008

Thank you very much, Ian!! I'll keep these flowers in my thinking when you need a smile I will always remember this sign of friendship!Are all 4 ...favorites! Kind regards, Simona

Ian Stehbens on September 27, 2008

And every time I see this set in my album, Simona or see the species in the garden, my thoughts will fly to Romania. And as there is a 4-seasons set, that will happen throughout the year!

Warmly,

Ian

Ian Stehbens on March 27, 2009

In Alan Fairley (1972) The Beaten Track. A Guide to the Bushland Around Sydney this flower is referred to as Fuschia Heath.

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Photo taken in Overcliff Track, Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales 2780, Australia

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