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Looking similar to a snowflake, often called Snow in Summer, Melaleuca liniiarifolia just opening it’s first bud.

The tree produces a magnificent show in Spring, in my backyard at Batemans Bay, New South Wales, Australia.

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australian, buds, flower, melaleuca, native, spring, tree, new south wales, trish meyer, white

I love the endless photographic opportunities provided by world around me, from the abundance of nature in my own backyard to historic and scenic worldwide destinations.
I am retired, beyond threescore years and ten.

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  • rain-dogs
    rain-dogsalmost 5 years ago

    Hi B1 what a beautiful capture of a gorgeous flower………..didnt know that there was such a delicate white Melaleuca…….cheers

  • Thanks so much for your comments.
    Unfortunately each year just as the tree is almost at it’s floral peak, we are hit by thunderstorms which leave it looking very bedraggled.

    – Trish Meyer

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppalmost 5 years ago

    Very nice, we have one similar in name called Snow on the Mountain

  • Larry, thank you for your comments. I’ll have to keep my eyes open for your Snow on the Mountain.

    – Trish Meyer

  • sfmilner
    sfmilneralmost 5 years ago

    Greetings Baynanno1; Beautifully captured, I can see where it gets its name from !
    steve

  • Thank you my friend for your comments and favourite. Your time and words are greatly appreciated. Trish

    – Trish Meyer

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderalmost 5 years ago

    What a beautiful flower, I have not seen this before

  • Thanks so much for your comment. Unfortunately due to weather conditions the flower does not usually survive very long.

    – Trish Meyer

  • Brandie1
    Brandie1almost 5 years ago

    Very stunning flower.
    Beautifully captured by you.xx

  • Thank you so much for both your lovely comments and favourite.

    – Trish Meyer

  • Lilian Marshall
    Lilian Marshallalmost 5 years ago

    What a stunning flower have never seen one like this .Must be native to your part of the world do you think ??

  • Thanks so much for your comment Lilian, it is one of our lovely natives.

    – Trish Meyer

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsalmost 5 years ago

    Such a brilliant flower. I haven’t seen this one before.

  • Thank you Michael. The tree is an absolute picture when all the flowers are out, but unfortunately they don’t get much of a chance due to thunderstorm destruction.

    – Trish Meyer

  • Dana Roper
    Dana Roperalmost 5 years ago

    Very beautiful!!!

  • Thank you so much for dropping by, commenting and favouriting this shot.

    – Trish Meyer

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeabout 4 years ago

  • Thank you for accepting this image Ray!

    – Trish Meyer

  • ElyseFradkin
    ElyseFradkinabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful! Nice lines!

  • Thank you so much Elyse for your beautiful comments!
    The tree is an amazing sight in full bloom :)

    – Trish Meyer

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