Yellow Gum Blossom by Kathie Nichols
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These eucalyptus tree flowers don’t have any petals, the flowers are actually multiple stamens. As kids we used to call them spider flowers, the native birds love them. Taken with aperture priority in the late afternoon!

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  • Kenart
    Kenartover 6 years ago

    Lovely tight shot.

  • helene
    heleneover 6 years ago

    Gorgeous Kathie

  • Devika Fernando
    Devika Fernandoover 6 years ago

    unique shot! love the tangle and green tones.

  • KEITH  R. WILLIAMS
    KEITH R. WILL...over 6 years ago

    a creative shot

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanover 6 years ago

    beautiful Kathie I really don’t think I have ever seen these.

  • They’re out everywhere at the moment, the centre of this flower is about the size of a small pea, they grow in bunches. This one I took on the way home this afternoon from a small tree by the side of the road at Southport!!

    – Kathie Nichols

  • budrfli
    budrfliover 6 years ago

    great image!

  • photojoey
    photojoeyover 6 years ago

    beautiful details

  • Marilyn Harris
    Marilyn Harrisover 6 years ago

    Brilliant macro Kathie! So very beautiful!

  • Ann Garrett
    Ann Garrettover 6 years ago

    Good macro shot

  • Joanne  Bradley
    Joanne Bradleyover 6 years ago

    The red ones are always outstanding but somehow this quiet calm green one speaks to me of a secret place where flowers grow in an alien forest. I love the greens tones in this! And the circle at the center from which seems everything else stems…

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