Favourite Flora

From miniscule microbial cells to giant sequoias, here are some photos I have taken of my favourite flora.
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Bottlebrush, Healesville VIC, March 2012.

Bottlebrush, Healesville VIC, March 2012.

Giant Sequoia, Sequoia National Park CA, May 2010.

Giant Sequoia, Sequoia National Park CA, May

Soybean field trial, Ayr QLD, 2005.

Soybean field trial, Ayr QLD, 2005.

Bacteria help produce the spectacular colours of the Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone WY, August 2010.

Bacteria help produce the spectacular colours of the Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone WY, August

Wisteria etc, Armadale VIC, October 2012

Wisteria etc, Armadale VIC, October 2012

Bonsai Gingko, Green Refectory, Brunswick VIC, October 2012

Bonsai Gingko, Green Refectory, Brunswick VIC, October 2012

Pots on a plank, Armadale VIC, March 2012.

Pots on a plank, Armadale VIC, March

Eucalypts, Lake Mountain VIC, May 2011.

Eucalypts, Lake Mountain VIC, May 2011.

Sneaky little mushrooms in my terracotta pots, Oakland CA, May 2010.

Sneaky little mushrooms in my terracotta pots, Oakland CA, May

Bacteria from the deep subsurface sediment of the Oak Ridge Field Research Station TN, February 2010.

Bacteria from the deep subsurface sediment of the Oak Ridge Field Research Station TN, February

Aspen among pine, Grand Canyon AZ, October 2009.

Aspen among pine, Grand Canyon AZ, October

Mushrooms, Colonel Armstrong Forest CA, March 2010.

Mushrooms, Colonel Armstrong Forest CA, March

Gumnuts with bee, Clayton VIC, March 2012.

Gumnuts with bee, Clayton VIC, March

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