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Sea trees


I was fascinated by the large number of coral trees, breaking into flower. I've just discovered they are considered a weed in the Shoalhaven area.

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  1. The colours are wonderful (you are changing your colour style to blue-green-greyish, ;-)).
    Just read a little bit about coral trees - not seen around here, ;-).

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  2. Is a coral tree the same as an illawarra flame tree?

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  3. No nothing like judging by the image of an Illawarra Flame tree I found here.
    http://www.nparks.gov.sg/cms/gallery2/main.php?g2_itemId=602

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  4. Martina, I think the colours are a result of location -- the seaside is blue-green-greyish, the inland is brownish and the mountains are greenish.

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  5. That is a really nice description of your world, :-).

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  6. i feel the bare trees...love them as much as green

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  7. I thought I would post here... BTW I love the sea bubbles, fantastic! I commented on my blog in reply to your comment about photographing people.. I dont know if it will help...

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  8. This one looks awesome! And I can see where they got their name from.

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