Beautiful plants and all flowering now Ian. LIKE! Greetings Berend
It is an amazing shot! L
Kind regards, Finn
Correct, *Berend8. They are all in flower with their tall flower spikes and thousands of tiny blossoms on each spike head.
This comes after months of drought, a fire, and then months of summer flood rains.
(And there is one of these growing 2M from my study window! I see it now.)
Greetings from Imbil,
Thank you Finn. This is a small piece of my world. I have been waiting for a glorious sunset to photograph among this Xanthorrhoea community, but when I was there on a showery day and saw that they were all in bloom, I decided I couldn't wait for a special light.
Great to share with you,
Hi Ianfrom the Group A1-Unique Australia We call them Yakka's in WA they are black boys and how do you call them by they're common name. Beautifull capture Ian, no special light needed here. L.
Yes! an incredible beauty!
Greetings Ebi. This is a contribution to Unique Australia. I call them Xanthorrhoea (pronounced Zanthoreea), but some call them blackboys, otherwise grass-trees. They take centre stage all on their own, without any spotlight, but I would love to spend some time among them in afternoon golden light, and see what I can do with the camera.
One day, Fü, I will show you the beauty of these trees in person. You must make it to this side of the globe!
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Photo taken in Bella Creek QLD 4570, Australia
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