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This beautiful specimen of the native plant was growing in the dunes behind the beach at James Price Point, North of Broome WA.
Camera Nikon D80; Lens: Nikon 70-200VR zoom
670 views as at 14 December 2010
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I am a retired secondary school English teacher and live in Coffs Harbour (NSW) Australia.
Hi Adrian – this is Mulla Mulla. You would probably have seen it along the highway edges throughout the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. Definately makes a welcome sight to the monotony of red dust and rock which is proliferated throughout the region.
Fantastic. Thanks Richard.
– Adrian Paul
Thanks once again kala
Excellent photo Adrian. You can also find this growing in Kings Park at certain times of the year. But to see it in the wild like this would be a rare treat. Peter
Thanks :Peter. We may have seen this in a few places but this was the only time I focussed on it.
Beautiful plant and wonderful coloring. I really like this against the darker red background. Well done.
Thanks once again. This shot is one of my favourites.
Beautiful shot…looks like a pink pineapple.
Thank you for your comment. Yes, it does look like a pink pineapple, doesn’t it!
The natural light and colours are wonderful, it is a beautiful image Adrian. :)))
Thank you for your comments Sharon and also for adding this to your favourites.