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Plant photographs with names from all my travels, showing mostly plants n the wild, but sometimes in cultivation.
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What brilliant color. Absolutely superb!

oh, wow a very interesting dialogue here :) And indeed the Stachyurus is a treasured plant here also!.. Your shot is amazing Ian close to 3D!

Greetings of the festive season, Peter

Thanks for the visit GiiRLx. It's a pretty remarkable sight - all those beds and then the entrance int ot he mine at the bottom.

Regards, Greg

No need for an apology Greg, thanks for the info :)) Best wishes to you Sam

Thankyou, dear Lisa. I am delighted that you like beautiful photographs like this. I so much enjoy looking for subjects like this.

Kind regards,


Very pretty shot Greg, isn't mother nature clever, she always seems to place them in the perfect spot :) Sam

El color de mi preferencia se ve plasmado en esta magnífica foto. Desde Asunción un saludo afectuoso a los que gustan de la naturaleza.

Beautiful landscape,congrats,Greg! Australia beautiful world....i like Your pictures.

I will return,see Your albums.

Greetings from Székesfehérvár,Hungary: Laci

During the early seventies I, with a group of other cavers explored and mapped this area and it was indeed an early phosphate mine (for fertiliser) complete with timber beams to support the roof and walls as reported by the local guides

Hello Greg, unfortunately I have a deadly fear of flying. Besides that, I can't swim, so a voyage by boat isn't an option too. I can't get there by car, so I am out of options. But never mind, by visiting your fantastic collection I still can enjoy the Australian scenery and you know the right spots! So don't have pity on me: I won't be short of anything. Greetings from Holland, uaf.



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