Autumn in Bright, Australia - glorious poplar trees #3
Poplar cf 8549 et seq, 8559 et seq
Once a gold-mining town, now a popular holiday destination famous for its colourful trees in autumn and the Ovens River in summer. Located in the “High Country” in North-East Victoria, Australia.
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Landscape of the Greek Island Tinos
A larger island located between Andros and Mykonos in the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea. A small population, and visited mostly by Orthodox Christian pilgrims, it has an alluring rugged landscape and shoreline.
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Christmas Tree (Nuytsia floribunda Loranthaceae), parasitic tree, Western Australia, Australia
Nuytsia floribunda is a parasitic plant found in Western Australia. The species is known locally as the Christmas Tree, displaying bright orange flowers during the Christmas season. The habit of the species is a tree up to 10 m high, or as a shrub. The rough bark is grey-brown. Flowers are a vivid yellow-orange, appearing between October and January. It is a root hemiparasite, is photosynthetic and mainly obtains water and mineral nutrients from its hosts.