God's glorious flora (Uniting Church, Bacchus Marsh) by Anne van Alkemade
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Taken at about 11.30am, Australia Day, 26 January 2009.
The ficifolia (flowering gum) are looking absolutely wonderful at the moment. There’s an avenue leading out of the back way of town (Bacchus Marsh) which is just beginning to flourish. It’s going to look awesome.

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  • conilouz
    conilouzover 5 years ago

    excellent work well done

  • thickblackoutline
    thickblackoutlineabout 5 years ago

    beautiful composition! :) the gums gets more abundant than this??

  • They’re pretty special Jen. This one is just on its own. An avenue of them was planted as part of Federation on one of the minor entrances to the town. They’re only half grown but so far already look awesome.

    – Anne van Alkemade

  • Soxy Fleming
    Soxy Flemingabout 5 years ago

    beautiful, I love red flowering gum

  • me too, Soxy. I couldn’t pass this one by; on my way to do photos somewhere else for the paper and it was such a gorgeous day.

    – Anne van Alkemade

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