Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Summer colours

With the arrival of summer most of the colours that enchanted us during spring have faded, and left us with subtle gold and green. However, a few brave flowers continue, especially the intense mauve of the fringe lilies (Thysanotus sparteus) and the pale Prince of Wales Feathers (Ptilotus polystachyus) and gold of the local grasses (Stipa compressa (or variant)).

Prince of Wales Feathers (Ptilotus polystachyus)

Local grasses (Stipa compressa (or variant))

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