Eucalyptus flower-bud opening-up - The Cap / Lid coming-off!

Mottlecah, Eucalyptus Macrocarpa, is a mallee Eucalyptus that is native to the south-west of Western Australia and noted for its large, spectacular flowers. Image by Peter Nydegger.

One of our favourite native plants. Aussie grown, Aussie made! Yes, the banksia.

Banksia ~These Australian wildflowers and popular garden plants are easily recognized by their characteristic flower spikes and fruiting "cones" and heads.

Chema Madoz, Ars combinatoria.       modifying the most ordinary of objects and ... http://www.lapedrera.com/en/chema-madoz-ars-combinatoria

Spanish photographer, Chema Madoz has created a new project with black and white art illusions. The photographer created these images by blending two

Hephaestus would work underground and usually under volcanoes (the name volcanoes came from his Roman name, Vulcan) and when this smoke would erupt, it meant he was hard at work.

Controlled Burns - For his photography series Controlled Burns, photographer Kevin Cooley photographs imposing images of fire as it gradually burns itself out. Meant.

Epicormic growth - after bushfires

Epicormic (vegetative) regrowth from the bark of a eucalypt at Strathewen, four months after Victoria’s Black Saturday bushfires.

Desolation ... A CFS Volunteer looks over burnt ground on Kersborrk Rd in the Adelaide Hills. Picture Campbell Brodie.

A CFS Volunteer looks over burnt ground on Kersbrook Rd in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. We are not immune to devastation that fire brings to our country during Summer.

Credit: Saeed Khan/AFP Some of the week's best photojournalism came from the devastating bushfires in Australia.  Here, in this image by Saeed Khan, a firefighter looks out at heavy smoke rising from trees as his team prepares to battle approaching flames from a bushfire near Faulconbridge in the Blue Mountains, NSW

The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

Credit: Saeed Khan/AFP Some of the week's best photojournalism came from the devastating bushfires in Australia.

87 homes destroyed damaged in South Australia brush fires ABC Australia:At least 2 people have

One time everydays : intelligent Breaking News: 87 homes destroyed, damaged in South Australia brush fires +ABC Australia: At least 2 people have…

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