Category Archive for 'General nature.'

The Hills In Spring #2.

Springtime = wildflower time = insect time and for the nature photographer the two can go hand in hand. I mentioned native bees in the previous post, and it’s time for them to be in the limelight. Goodenia ovata is a very common plant in the foothills, and a favourite of the bees, two species […]

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It must be thirty five or forty years since I first saw Boronia galbraithiae, it was flowering on the slope of a ridge on the left hand side of a track leading up into the foothills. In those days it was described as a form of Boronia muelleri, the Forest Boronia, but it was subsequently […]

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