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Mirima National Park is fairly small but very rich in flora.

V1 Kapok flower. When I was there in August-September all the kapok trees were in full bloom. It brought colours to the savanna.

V2 Acacia Neurocarpa

V3 If by any chance you know the name of this lovely blue flower please tell me. I値l be eternally grateful Smile

Tags: Australia Flower Western australia Landscape and travel Kimberley Kununurra SHIRE OF WYNDHAM EAST MIRIMA NATIONAL PARK KAPOK

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23 Feb 2012 12:31PM
Hello friend, this is an excellent set of images. But for me the winner is V2 and V3 is the runners up. Great composition and presentation..


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CaroleS Plus
8 433 3 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2012 12:54PM
V3 gets my vote, but a very good set - Carole
CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
23 Feb 2012 1:10PM
I only wish I could tell you the name of the beautiful blue flower, Jeean-Noel, but I have never seen anything remotely like it before. The kapock is beautiful, as is the acacia, which looks somewhat like the yellow variety of callistemon (bottlebrush) only more slender. Three lovely images, well captured. Carol
23 Feb 2012 1:37PM
Delightful set of blooms.

RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
23 Feb 2012 2:02PM
3 fine floral shots, JNC: I think V 2 is my favourite, but all three are excellent.
Herge88 11 40 4 England
23 Feb 2012 4:53PM
Nice trio, with version three being the stand out for me.

Best Matt
9 10 10 England
23 Feb 2012 8:09PM
Three lovely floral images - V1 looks lovely against the background.
Joline Plus
12 30 53 United States
24 Feb 2012 12:04PM
How lucky you are to have this opportunity. These are fabulous image of Australian flora.
V3 is especially wonderful. I'm not sure. but look up the plant "Chamaescilla" and see if that is what it looked like in situ.
achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
24 Feb 2012 4:32PM
Excellent three captures V2 takes my vote.



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