|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Qualup Bell (Pimelea physodes) is a small shrub (up to 1 m tall) found in the wild exclusively in the south of Western Australia, between Albany and Esperance. It is the most showy member of the Pimelea genus, with large flowers of muted colours. |
I photographed this specimen in the Perth Hills garden of the WA Wildflower Society, dedicated to the conservation of Western Australia’s great variety of native plants.
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Beautiful Flowers. I like its bell shape. Well captured despite reflecting harsh light. But like ODD NUMBER composition.
Thanks for showing with useful NOTE,
As usual a perfect shot with excellent details and WB. Another interesting image with very good clarity.
Thanks for sharing!