Xanthorea and a stormy sky

Xanthorea and a stormy sky lens baby baby!


Canon 5D converted to IR ƒ/8 1/160 ISO400

On of the most noticeable features of the Western Australian bush is the Xanthorea or grass tree also called a black boy because of its black burnt trunk. This is a Xanthorea flower spike which they seem to shoot out every few years much to the delight of every nectar loving creature.

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