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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Pale Lemon Banksia


Amazing what flowers may be found near a beach.
Banksia integrifolia appears late summer on the Mornington Peninsula.
It is a fascinating, hardy, pale lemon flower that doesn't seem to mind strong salty sea breezes.
This one was flowering just beyond the sand line of Dromana beach.

Striking hardy bloom
Like a brush of pale moonlight
Last glimpse of summer


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15 comments:

Maia said...

That's a very interesting flower. Such a perfect construction, looks like man-made.
We don't see such exotic beauties in our parts.

Lui said...

Beautiful!
It reminds me of the flower of our snake plant!

Míriam Luiza said...

Gostei desta flor! Nunca vi nada igual! Linda foto!

Mama Zen said...

What an interesting flower!

Ann said...

did you read the Banksia book? My kids ere given this book from a friend from Australia.

Luna Miranda said...

a lovely flower. amazing that it blooms by the beach.

Sivinden said...

What a wonderful and very special flower!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very interesting and beautiful flower.

Regards and best wishes

NixBlog said...

Lovely shot of this banksia, Gemma!

Thank you for participating in Floral Friday Fotos!

Jim said...

Beautiful.

Jama said...

What a unique flower!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Calling by as another participant from Flowers On Saturday, what a fascinating and delicate bloom.

Carletta said...

Reminds me of a round hair brush. :)
Lovely find! I see that little insect seems to appreciate it as well.

Cheryl said...

Beautiful capture, Gemma. I love the pale color and sharpness.

Ewa said...

amazing flower!

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