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Dampiera linearis. Common Dampiera.Family: Goodeniaceae.Widespread and common in the southwest of Western Australia.Photographed at the Cranbourne Botanic Gardens, Victoria.
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Many years ago I painted. Then I realised that I did better at photography than painting – and that has been my medium of expression ever since.
Gorgeous, such a rich colourful, delicate bloom
Thanks Sally. It helped that it had rained, earlier!
– Bette Devine
Wow,,,these are gorgeous,,such a rich colour,,great capture Bette!
Thanks for your lovely comment, Dlouise.
Very pretty, Bette! Love the bold color!~
Thanks, Ebi. All the different dampieras seem to have this boldness!
The color of royalty – and nicely accented with that bit of green at the center. The mass of blooms fills the frame beautifully!
Thanks, Celeste. You,ve reminded me that I tagged them ‘blue’ -they are definitely purple!
Outstanding beauty Bette.
Many thanks, Julie.
Thank you, Luda.
I’m happy that you think so, lorilee.
Delicate Flowers Bette and such a vibrant colour, love the water drops, beautiful image……………………….Leslie
Thanks for your lovely comment, Leslie-Ann. Raindrops always help the picture along!
Your artwork too interesting to study..Yes, you are my winner of my day:)………….They are ill discoverers that think there is no land, when they can see nothing but sea. Francis Bacon …………Take care my artist friend,Sunny
Lovely comment, Kornrawiee. Thank you.
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