05 November 2011

Australian native: Flannel Flowers

Australian native Flannel flowers, Actinotus helianthii

Location: Munmorah State Conservation Area, Central Coast/NSW National Parks







On the hillside; looking out over the Pacfic Ocean.  Several coal ships can be seen in the distance, as they queue, waiting for entry to port at Newcastle Harbour.


Weekend Flowers #19
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11 comments:

Nadege, said...

I have never seen these flowers. They are gorgeous and your photos do them justice.
Nice view from the top of the hill.

Bridget Larsen said...

Your photos are gorgeous Carole, do you use a digital software to do stuff with them? Unfortunately Canberra doesn't have too many beautiful places so I can go photograph and play with them and add textures etc to put the photography lol. Will have to go download some free images online to play with
Have a happy day, 29C in Canberra to day

Joyful said...

Beautiful!

Hanne Bente said...

Great pictures of some beautiful flowers that have never seen the flowers before slaughter.
Wishing you a good weekend.
/ Hanne Bente ♥

Bernie said...

They really are gorgeous flowers and your photos are terrific.

Cindy said...

Stunning!

TexWisGirl said...

wow, they're beautiful!

Ida said...

Wonderful! These white flower are gorgeous. I love the first shot with the bee in the image.
How wonderful it must be to see such beauty as this.

Jan Castle said...

They look fuzzy...so pretty!
Jan

Tina´s PicStory said...

very lovely! i have never seen these flowers! thanks for sharing with us :)

SquirrelQueen said...

In your first photo I can see the texture of the petals, it does remind me of a soft flannel. They are so beautiful, great photos.