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Eastern Wildflowers

A few Eastern wildflowers and where they are found amongst the angophera
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The 1st one is quite refreshing, dont see them types often, a striking specimen
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Old 10-11-2020, 11:30 PM
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I'd better respond to this one as well, or Ray might think that he's being ignored. Yes, the first one is striking.
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Old 12-11-2020, 10:42 AM
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Thanks Raymo. With 87 views I know it is not being ignored, even if the poor images are from a phone, but I appreciate the thought.

My fellow walkers knew the name of that one . A Mountain Devil I think , Lambertia Formosa

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Old 12-11-2020, 11:37 AM
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Yes well - saddened . Thnx
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Thanks Bob . It is a striking flower. They say those are winter flowers but that was spring or summer.

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I remember seeing a bunch of them up in the Blueys one Easter. They really stand out with their vibrancy!

Where were these, Ray? Up on the escarpment near your place?
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Yes JP.. Over the escarpment in the Dharawal National park near OHares creek and Jinnga pools.

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I remember seeing a bunch of them up in the Blueys one Easter. They really stand out with their vibrancy!

Where were these, Ray? Up on the escarpment near your place?
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