An eerie outback photo has won the People's Choice Award in the ANZANG Nature Photography Competition at the South Australian Museum. Julie Fletcher, from Quorn in South Australia, captured her stormy image Graveyard at Menindee Lakes in New South Wales.
Sturt's desert pea (Swainsona Formosa) grows in reddy brown soil on open planes and mulga shrubland. Its beautiful black eyed red flowers are in stark contrast to the dry stony conditions in which it is found. It is the floral emblem of South Australia. (Friends of the Great Victoria Desert)
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