Flowers and Trees

Collection of some of the more interesting images from the voyage

This page is still under development and should be completed by the end of June'15. Here is just a sample of what will be on offer :-

We saw some quite amazing blossoms during our voyage which made most of our home UK indigenous species look comparatively pallid. Here a waterlilly in Hue, Vietnam.

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Striking waterlilly seen in Hue, Vietnam (Aug '08)

Like the Pacific islands to the north, Australian tree species are generally a bit of a monoculture. Instead of palm trees, they are virtually all of the Eucalypt family. This gum tree with the characteristic bark pattern was seen in a State Park in southern Queensland, Australia.

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Bark of a gum tree in Lamington State Park, southern Queensland, Australia (Feb'06)

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