Western Australian spring wild flowers - Variegated featherflowers

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Comments (18)

Jclaude G on October 6, 2012

Belle prise de vue avec de belles couleurs, bravo. Cordialement, J-C.

Voar Alto on October 7, 2012

A very beautiful unusual plant.LK: Greetings,Eduardo.

Leif Fielstrup Guldb… on October 7, 2012

This is also a marvellous spring flower, I need one of them in my garden ;o) Very beautiful macro photo. LIKE#2.

Greetings from Sweden, Leif.

Derek Geer on October 9, 2012

Thank you JC. Your comments are much appreciated. Regards Derek

Derek Geer on October 9, 2012

Thanks Eddie. The spring flowers are wonderful this year and we haven't seen this one before. Regards Derek

Derek Geer on October 9, 2012

Thank you Leif and glad you appreciate our wildflowers. Regards Derek

Mehmet Güçlü on October 11, 2012

Very beautiful picture, very well shot. Like - Best wishes, OLYMPIST

Bram van Broekhoven on October 12, 2012

nice to see that you have already spring we have now autumn here Like

kind regards, Bram

Derek Geer on October 14, 2012

Thank you Olympist. Your comments are appreciated. Regards Derek

Derek Geer on October 22, 2012

Thanks Bram. Yes we are enjoying spring, especially with all the wild flowers. Regards Derek

brian gillman on October 27, 2012

Beautiful! One doesn't need to buy a bouquet with this flower! Can we have our sun back, please?

Best wishes, Brian.

Derek Geer on October 31, 2012

Good to hear from you Brian and thanks for the comments. By the time Jan/Feb comes around we will probably be only too pleased to let you have the sun back. Regards Derek

Dsd Elsurღ on November 28, 2012

Like -Greetings from Argentina-Vero♪

Derek Geer on November 28, 2012

Thank you Vero for your visit and comments. Regards Derek

Nick Weall on November 28, 2012

Fantastic shot with such crisp detail when it is fully enlarged Derek ~ love it ~ Y$L ~ All the best ~ nick

Derek Geer on November 30, 2012

Thank you very much Nick for the very kind comments and YSL. Must admit I am quite proud of this photo. The wild flowers in Western Australia are quite stunning and frequently unique to WA. They are a significant tourist attraction. Regards Derek

brian gillman on March 13, 2013

Found myself looking at this again; has become a Y*. Such incredible limitless variety in Nature! Photo has remarkable detail methinks.

Best wishes, Brian.

Derek Geer on March 13, 2013

Thanks very much Brian. I too find it amazing with such a variety of features on the one 'cluster' and thanks for the Y. This was actually the first time we had seen this flower. Regards Derek

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 6, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Derek Geer
    • Camera: Canon EOS 500D
    • Taken on 2012/09/30 12:11:55
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/800)
    • Focal Length: 105.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash