Kimberley Wildflower 2
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|Here is another wild flower from the Kimberley region, this time a yellow pea flower.|
Once again I don’t know its name. Evidently many plants in the remote Kimberley area are unnamed.
However, I did find a photo of it on the internet – but it was labelled just a “yellow Kimberley wild flower”. That lead me to a photo of my previous posting. It was very helpfully labelled as a “Wildflower that likes sand to grow in”. Hmm!
This'll be my last posting for at least 2 months as we're off on a long road trip to outback and tropical Queensland.
1/500 sec; f/7.1; ISO 400
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Ciao Ian, elegant composition with beautiful wild flowers, wonderful natural colors, excellent clarity and splendid light v ery well done, my friend have a good weekend ciao Silvio
- [2018-06-10 6:04]
hi Ian,i don't know the name me too but it's sure that this species is a member of fabaceae family. Very bright yellow and fine details for a perfect capture,well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano