Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Monday, 28 November 2011

Autumn colour (2)


No self-respecting bird has any excuse for missing the invitation of these blazing red berries. I assume we can expect to see plenty of seedlings from this tree in the future.

Whether it's a measure of the late warmth we've been having, I don't know, but the tree's immediate neighbour, a ceanothus which flowers profusely for a couple of weeks in May, seems to have decided to compete, however feebly, with a few tufts of blue flower:


Sometimes autumn can be just too abundant:

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