Flower Art – Australian flowers & bushnuts

Flower Art – Australian flowers & bushnuts

The Art of Nature – A series of photos featuring the colourful art & contrasts made by nature. Natural works of art produced by flowering plants and trees. A celebration of spring, the resilience of nature & life itself.

Australian flower art

When I was travelling around Australia, I was amazed at the variety of extravagant flowers, bushnuts and plant life. In this overview you can see some beautiful examples of Australian flower and bushnut art.

Victorian thistle

Flower Art: Fluffy wild thistle flowers in Panton Hill near Melbourne (Victoria).

Wild thistle flowers, Victoria, Australia.

Australian eucalypt

Bushnut Art: Colourful eucalypt seedpods and scented gum leaves on Bruny Island, just off the southeast coast of Tasmania.

Eucalypt bush nuts, Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia.

Magnetic Island frangipani

Flower Art: Lusciously coloured & fragrant tropical frangipani flowers on Magnetic Island, just off the coast of Townsville (Queensland).

Frangipani flowers, Magnetic Island, Queensland, Australia.

Lake St. Clair foggy leaves

Tree Art: Foggy leaves with dew droplets at Lake St. Clair National Park (Tasmania).

Foggy leaves at Lake St. Clair, Tasmania, Australia.

Carnarvon Gorge tropical milkweed

Flower Art: Tropical milkweed flowers in Carnarvan Gorge National Park, south of Emerald (Queensland). These flowers are also known as Asclepias curassavica.

Tropical Milkweed, Carnarvon Gorge, Queensland, Australia.

Tasmanian rhododendron

Flower Art: Delicate rhododendron flowers in Strahan, on the west coast of Tasmania.

Rhododendron flowers, Strahan, Tasmania, Australia.

Cape Conran fluffy grass

Flower Art: Fluffy grass pods wafting in the wind at Cape Conran (Victoria).

Fluffy grass, Cape Conran, Victoria, Australia.

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First published: 15 February 2017

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