Banksia - John Tiddy Photography  After the fires. Images of recovery from the Grampians bushfires of 2006. Many of these images were featured in the book "Beyond the Smoke" of which I was a co-editor.  http://www.johntiddyphotography.com/photo_7511091.html

Way to use multi layered felt resist ? After the fires, book "Beyond the Smoke" John Tiddy Photography Victoria Australia

Australian Flowers: Banksias & Dryandra by Rachel Newling. Hand-coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper, 75 x 50 cm. Contemporary

pretty things Australian Flowers: Banksias & Dryandra by Rachel Newling. Hand-coloured linocut on handmade Japanese paper, 75 x 50 cm

Banksia is a genus of around 170 species in the plant family Proteaceae. An Australian wildflower easily recognized by their characteristic flower spikes and fruiting cones" and heads. Despite the large number of flowers per inflorescence, only a few of them ever develop fruit. The fruit of Banksia is a woody follicle embedded in the axis of the inflorescence. These consist of two horizontal valves that tightly enclose the seeds.

Banksia is a genus of around 170 species in the plant family Proteaceae. An Australian wildflower easily recognized by their characteristic flower spikes and fruiting “cones” and heads.

Gail Kellett's linocut titled "Banksia Marginata." Intricate use of cutting tools.

Think it's time to experiment with Linocut Gail Kellett - "Banksia Marginata" - Linocut

propeller banksia / cigar-shaped patterned spike with open valve-like seed pods. - bottle of??

Banksia menziesii, commonly known as firewood banksia, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Banksia.

Australian Botanical Illustration  Banksia coccinea  Scarlet Banksia    artist: Ferdinand Bauer (1760-1826)  from: 'Illustrationes Florae Novae Hollandiae' (1813)  by Ferdinand Bauer  Published as: Banksia coccinea

Australian Botanical Illustration Banksia coccinea Scarlet Banksia artist: Ferdinand Bauer from: 'Illustrationes Florae Novae Hollandiae' by Ferdinand Bauer Published as: Banksia coccinea

Banksia saxicola needs fire or extreme heat to open and drop it's seed.

Banksia saxicola needs fire or extreme heat to open and drop it's seed. After fire the colours are so brilliant. Over time the colours turn to shades of grey.

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