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Roo in flowers. by DaveBassett

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The purple flowers are known as “Paterson’s curse”, one of Australia’s most prolific invasive weeds.


australia, flowers, purple, nature, animal, colour, kangaroo, roo, curse, patersons


  • mikrin
    mikrinabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful capture! I really like this with him surrounded by the purple flowers!!

  • Thanks Mike – cheers.

    – DaveBassett

  • Shelley Heath
    Shelley Heathabout 6 years ago

    Patterson’s Curse is also called Salvation Jane… either way this roo looks brilliant amidst the sea of purple

  • Thanks Shelly. Had forgotten about Salvation Jane. Riverina bluebell is another one I think.

    – DaveBassett

  • Susan Moss
    Susan Mossabout 6 years ago

    Lovely capture

  • Cheers Susan. Thanks for the visit.

    – DaveBassett

  • Kristina K
    Kristina Kabout 6 years ago

    beautiful colored plant, have seen it, but bad plant…
    wonderful picture of roo,and plant together, well done.

  • Thanks Kristina – appreciate the kind comments.

    – DaveBassett

  • Wendella Reeves
    Wendella Reevesabout 6 years ago

    Wonderful shot! Love all the color!

  • DaveBassett
    DaveBassettabout 6 years ago

    Hi Wendella – thanks for the comment.

  • Wildwings
    Wildwingsabout 6 years ago

    I am very fond of kangaroos and this one is no exceptiom. Lovely capture. This colorful weed adds to this shot. Beautiful work. This goes into my collection of favorites immediately.

  • Many thanks Wildwings – glad you like it.

    – DaveBassett

  • stephaniek
    stephaniekabout 6 years ago

    This is an awesomely beautiful photo! Nice work!

  • Thanks stephaniek – appreciate the visit.

    – DaveBassett

  • coffeetea
    coffeeteaabout 6 years ago

    this is gorgeous! great capture.

  • Cheers ‘coffeetea’ – appreciate your input.

    – DaveBassett

  • suzyque
    suzyqueabout 6 years ago

    Simply one of the best roo shots I’ve seen. It’s so different to see it photographed with colours other than the normal reds and greens of our landscape. Who really cares if its a weed – colour is everything in my books.

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