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Abrotanella forsteroides – These little star shaped plants form great colonies that can cover several metres and be up to a metre high – all the more extraordinary considering each little leaf structure is about 7mm across.
There are several types of alpine cushion bush in Tasmania and can form individual or group colonies.

Cradle Mountain National Park
Tasmania

Comments

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 1 year ago

  • Donovan wilson
    Donovan wilsonover 1 year ago

    Nice shot Garth .How did the photo comp go Friday did Rob win again?

  • Thank you Donovan.
    No, the winner was Rosie with a fagus study.
    Hopefully she will upload it so we can have an extended look at it and we can feature it in group.

    – Garth Smith

  • Bette Devine
    Bette Devineover 1 year ago

    Cushion bush as I have never seen it! Wonderful patterns.

  • Thank you Bette, yes the repitition and subtle variation in detail is delicious.

    – Garth Smith

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 1 year ago

    What fantastic patterns! Great to see you again, Garth!

  • Thank you Mel, it was great to see you again too.

    – Garth Smith

  • Ryan Davison Crisp
    Ryan Davison C...over 1 year ago

    Nice composition Garth, very full and inviting

  • Thank you Ryan.

    – Garth Smith

  • Mieke Boynton
    Mieke Boyntonover 1 year ago

    How cool is this??? Great shot, Garth! Makes me feel even more guilty for the big one I stepped on though… they’re so delicate!! Claire said they take about 20 years to recover if they’re stepped on :(

  • Thank you very much Mieke. It is terrible some places, you almost cannot help but step on them and there are some that actually have deep footholes worn in them.

    – Garth Smith

  • tinnieopener
    tinnieopenerover 1 year ago

    Nice work here Garth:o)

  • Thank you very much Mark.

    – Garth Smith

  • bluetaipan
    bluetaipanover 1 year ago

    Nice work!

  • Thank you Ken.

    – Garth Smith

  • LindaR
    LindaRover 1 year ago

    beautiful ~ are they soft? fabulous shot ~ xx

  • Thank you Linda, they look soft, look like enormous green fluffy pillow mounds, but paradoxically they aren’t. They are very hard and a little bit spiky but also very delicate.

    – Garth Smith

  • Kylie Reid
    Kylie Reidover 1 year ago

    Nice one Garth great patterns, looks good framed

  • Thank you Kylie, are we going to see any little blue buttons here?

    – Garth Smith

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