- Aperture: ƒ/22
- Camera: PENTAX K20D
- Focal length: 80mm
- ISO: 100
The Seven Creeks looking upstream, and under the Galls Gap Road bridge back to the Polly McQuinn’s Weir.
A close-up of the rocks at the Polly McQuinn’s Weir on the Seven Creeks.
A banksia flower spike found on a lunch time walk in Rowville.
The sun-dappled Toorongo River upstream from the Toorongo Falls.
The Tooroongo Falls near Noojee, with a bonus photo of Dad’s back.
Tree ferns in the forest surrounding the Noojee Trestle Bridge.
This succulent seems to be all over Rowville at the moment, and with these large conical flower heads, inflorescences, they are hard to miss.
Native purple hibiscus found on a lunchtime walk in Rowville. Just as I took the photo the wind came up and ruffled the petals and kept blowing.
The tree tunnel at the Point Nepean Quarantine Station.
The passion fruit emerges from the bud, but it going to be a while before it ripens.
A lunchtime walk in a rare sunny day found this lovely burst of colour, a roadside bougainvillea.