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Seed pods that were growing on a Wattle Tree
Australian native flora

Featured in: The Woman Photographer 15/Dec/2012

Photo taken in Melbourne- Australia
Canon EOS400D, Tamron Macro Lens 90mm
RAW details: exposure 1/1250 f/-2.8 iso 100
I use natural and reflected daylight.
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A Wattle Tree in flowers





Photo taken 10th December, 2012

Comments

  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watsonabout 2 years ago

    Seed pods growing on a Wattle Tree. Australian Native Flora

    A Wattle Tree in flowers

  • seeya
    seeyaabout 2 years ago

    Lovely capture, Joy! Love the hints of sunlight poking through the seed pods. I did not realize that the Acacia tree in my yard is also the Wattle Tree-or at least a variety of it (same flowers and seed pods) Sandy

  • Thanks Sandy, yes that’s correct. Some varieties can live for a long time but others only 3-5 years. We had two growing our garden and when they got to five years old they just fell out of the ground. We stopped trying to grow them after that. By the way you will not need to feed or water them. They are a very hearty tree.

    – Joy Watson

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppabout 2 years ago

    WONDERFUL capture

  • Much appreciated Larry.

    – Joy Watson

  • Gene Walls
    Gene Wallsabout 2 years ago

    Lovely and very interesting capture, Joy! Nice work!

  • thanks so much Gene.

    – Joy Watson

  • JohnDSmith
    JohnDSmithabout 2 years ago

    What a neat shot,…..captured just perfectly,….

  • Much appreciated John.

    – Joy Watson

  • Steven  Agius
    Steven Agiusabout 2 years ago

    A very unqiue capture Joy.

  • Thanks Steve, thought I would put in something a bit unusual.

    – Joy Watson

  • Celeste Mookherjee
    Celeste Mookhe...about 2 years ago

    I love the way the light highlights the curves of these wonderful seedpods! These are actually familiar because I once came upon a lot of them on the perimeter road at my favorite botanical garden and asked the gardeners what they were. :)

  • Thanks Celeste, for some reason the ones on this tree was growing all curled. Not like the other one you saw in flickr. (Usually our Summer is a dry heat but over the last few years we have become a lot more humid. Today is very humid) Our weather is getting more like Queensland. I much prefer dry heat but better still below 25C.

    – Joy Watson

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELabout 2 years ago

    Wow amazing capture… beautiful work Joy

  • Thanks Andrea, thought I would add something that is not often seen.

    – Joy Watson

  • leonie7
    leonie7about 2 years ago

    OUTSTANDING Capture Joy well done lee

  • Thanks always Lee.

    – Joy Watson

  • Fred Mitchell
    Fred Mitchellabout 2 years ago

    Well seen and recorded.

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