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The Grampians in October are known fro their profusion of wildflowers. That does not mean that they are easy to find. You must go to select spots which the locals can tell you about and walk the ground carefully.
Thanks to Simon Yvette has identified it as a Green Comb Spider Orchid.
This was taken with the Pentax LX and the F1.4 50mm lens used with a doubler to give 100 mm focal length. I was also experimenting with Kodachrome 200 and synchronised flash. The combination enabled me to get the subject correctly exposed by flash at F22 without a black background.