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This is the Coast banksia, or White honeysuckle (Banksia integrifolia).
It is a quick-growing Australian native tree, which has dense spikes of yellow flowers in autumn and wedge-shaped, olive green leaves. The flowers later turn white and become woody. The tree is well adapted to caoastal conditions, as seen in my photo (with the Pacific Ocean in the background.)
The height/spread of the tree is 4.50 x 2.50m.
I took this shot at Byron Bay.
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Very nice capture.I liked vivid colors,POV,framing,DOF,blue sea and sky at BG very much.Thanks for sharing.
I really like the composition and framing on this shot. Parts of the plant are slightly over exposed due to the strong light. That is a view to die for. I mostly see corn fields around here.
- [2005-09-30 7:53]
What a superb and interesting shot that you have well done ! When I see this place I think to holidays and postcard ! Thanks for sharing Claudia
- [2005-09-30 8:04]
Wonderful shot.Lighting,colors,framing,DOF and composition are excellent.Very well done!TFS...:-)
- [2005-09-30 22:03]
Very nice shot!
The composition and colour are excellent, great DOF and POV.
Well done and thanks for sharing!
Really good shot. I like the composition. Very good colours, detail and sharpness. Well done. TFS. :-)