Image captured on banks of Barwon River at Geelong, Victoria. The plants produce millions of tiny seeds that float and drift in air currents and winds all over the world.Canon EOS 60D 1/100 sec, f/4.5, ISO 100 FL 20mm. Hand held JPG.
bulrush, seed head, barwon river, geelong, victoria, canon, ken hay
I’m a retired doctor with passions for writing, photography and travel. I combine all three by travelling around Australia, with our caravan shooting and writing as we go along.
BEAUTIFUL work, we call it Pampus grass here in the uk.
Many thanks, Anne.We have something we call a pampus grass here too. Very similar but not quite the same.Regards and best wishes,Ken