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Melaleuca filifolia. ( Formerly M. nematophylla.)Family: Myrtaceae.
Shrub 1-3m high. Northern sand plains of Western Australia.Photographed at the Maranoa Gardens, Balwyn,Victoria,Australia.
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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.
That raspberry pink is striking against green, and the detail you captured is excellent!
Thanks Celeste – it was actually very hard to get as much detail as I did!
– Bette Devine
What a lovely and magical capture, Bette! Love the color contrast!
Thanks Lynn – this one IS rather brilliantly- coloured !
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Thank you, lorilee.
Love that colour
It’s a statement, I’m sure!
Exquisite work Bette! Isn’t this magical!
I’m happy with your reaction, Marian! Thank you.
Amazing color. What a lovely capture Bette.
It used to be called ‘shocking pink’! Thanks, Sandra.
Many thank Colin.
your wonderful technique enhances and adds a beautiful surreal element to this superb vibrant capture..
Wonderful praise, Joseph! Thank you.