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Wildflowers in the Blue Mountains

The Three Sisters rock formation at Echo Point in the Blue Mountains

The Three Sisters rock formation at Echo Point in the Blue Mountains

I took a short camping trip to the Blue Mountains with my family in the first week of October and I’m sharing some photos here that were taken at Murphys Glen. Many people have the impression that the Australian bush is boring but especially in the springtime the bush is alive with wildflowers of many different sizes, shapes and colours. Murphys Glen was a lovely place to be delighted by dozens of different types of wildflowers.

Wildflowers in the Blue Mountains, October 2013

Wildflowers in the Blue Mountains, October 2013

Wildflowers in the Blue Mountains, October 2013

Wildflowers in the Blue Mountains, October 2013

Epiphytes, lichen and fungi in the Blue Mountains, October 2013

Epiphytes, lichen and fungi in the Blue Mountains, October 2013

These cicadas made a deafening chorus in the forest!

These cicadas made a deafening chorus in the forest!

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