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.
Flower Art: Fluffy wild thistle flowers in Panton Hill near Melbourne (Victoria).
Bushnut Art: Colourful eucalypt seedpods and scented gum leaves on Bruny Island, just off the southeast coast of Tasmania.
Magnetic Island frangipani
Flower Art: Lusciously coloured & fragrant tropical frangipani flowers on Magnetic Island, just off the coast of Townsville (Queensland).
Lake St. Clair foggy leaves
Tree Art: Foggy leaves with dew droplets at Lake St. Clair National Park (Tasmania).
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.
Flower Art: Delicate rhododendron flowers in Strahan, on the west coast of Tasmania.
Cape Conran fluffy grass
Flower Art: Fluffy grass pods wafting in the wind at Cape Conran (Victoria).
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More to explore & discover
Hinchinbrook Island – Unspoiled tropical wilderness
The opal fields of Lightning Ridge – The mesmerizing draw of luminous stone
Aurora Solaris – The sunset version of northern lights
The Hazards – Scrambling up to prehistorical views
Eldfell – Volcano erupting a rainbow
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First published: 15 February 2017