Giant cushion plants in an ancient pencil pine forest in the Walls of Jerusalem national park, Tasmania. Stands of these pines, which live up to years and exist only in the island state, have been burned in the past week
Tasmania bushfires leave world heritage area devastated – in pictures
Black Orchid - Fredclarkeara Black Lace ‘Baker’s Dark Angel’ In nature, black flowers are rare. The reality is that there is almost no plant in the world that is truly black in color. Most are shades of deep blue or reds or purples. This is also true.
Today is #ashwednesday ... Now religious or not I thought today would be a good day to reflect on the damage caused by bushfires every year in Australia. Lives and homes lost... Memories up in plumes of smoke and ash. Recently we travelled through the post bush fire devastation and stretched along the great ocean road... And felt overwhelmed by the destruction and obligated to make a series of photographs. #bushfire #ash #smoke #portrait #fineart #burntlandscape #charcol #vsco…