Shop

15% OFF EVERYTHING! USE CODE GET15

Five Corners (Styphelia triflora) by Dianne English
Clear

Currently unavailable for purchase

Available to buy on…

Five Corners (Styphelia triflora) by 


More of the beautiful native plants and flowers that adorn the bush at our front door. This is such a tiny plant and not seen too often, very delicate.

Tags

australian, bushland, flowers, gardens, native, nature, pink, plants

Photography – my magnificent obsession… from Landscapes to Macro and everything else.

View Full Profile

Comments

  • Karina  Cooper
    Karina Cooperalmost 5 years ago

    Wow that is magical

  • Karina  Cooper
    Karina Cooperalmost 5 years ago

    Looks like a fairies home just like one of my tulips lol

  • Dianne English
    Dianne Englishalmost 5 years ago

    Thanks Karina, it is such a lovely flower.

  • SchwartingS
    SchwartingSalmost 5 years ago
    Wonderful macro. Gorgeous flower! I does look magical..
  • Dianne English
    Dianne Englishalmost 5 years ago

    Thank you

  • Edge-of-dreams
    Edge-of-dreamsalmost 5 years ago

    Exquisite !!

  • Ah, thank you, i think I got a bit mixed up this is the tiny native flower that I mentioned in my previous reply. I’m still getting used to Redbubble !

    – Dianne English

  • Edge-of-dreams
    Edge-of-dreamsalmost 5 years ago

    No problem, if you need any help with redbubble, you’re welcome to contact me!

  • Thank you and sorry for a late reply, Im getting better at it now!

    – Dianne English

  • Vanessa Barklay
    Vanessa Barklayover 4 years ago

    You got a TOP TEN place in the Flowers Of Australia Challenge

  • Wow ! Thank you very much Vanessa

    – Dianne English

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 4 years ago

    So delicate and delightful

  • Thank you

    – Dianne English

  • Kym Howard
    Kym Howardover 4 years ago

    Beautiful and delicate some of our natives are just wonderful need images like this to really appreciate the fine detail

  • Thanks Kym,

    This one is so tiny and so pretty, I did not see it at all this year in our bushland near my home, this shot was taken in 2008

    – Dianne English

desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait