Alpine Mint Bush
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|I'm just back from a week in Australia's highest national park, Kosciuszko, and spent one morning with my macro lens so a few photos of native plants in the NP will follow.|
Prostanthera cuneata, or Alpine Mint Bush is a dwarf to medium spreading shrub.
The strongly aromatic leaves are roughly oval in shape and taper to the base. They are dark green above and paler beneath. It is found in high altitude regions of NSW, Victoria and Tasmania.
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Alpine Mint Bush...what a 3 dimension green world an excellent BG and focused pointed-subject
well done as always IAN FEGENT
- [2019-01-16 1:50]
Hi Ian,very good macro of this lovely species,the flowers are very small,so the pic isn't so easy,the result is excellent,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano