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Old Oct 31, 2005, 7:22 PM   #1
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Old Nov 3, 2005, 7:53 PM   #2
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Those are beautiful John. I've never seen anything like them before. Is their name really Succulent roses?
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We have something similar to that called "Hens and Chicks" Sempervivum. They are a very hardy and pretty succulent. BTW nice picture.
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Those are beautiful John. I've never seen anything like them before. Is their name really Succulent roses?
"Echeveria" is the Botanical name ... Succulent Rose is my name for them ...

"Echeveria" come in MANY varieties

Succulents are beautiful plants and need nearly no water

http://www.textureplants.co.nz/ >>> go Succulents

You can also look at a Garden in my state of Victoria with some Succulents
http://wigandia.smugmug.com/ its called "Wigandia" in a place called Noorat West Victoria.


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We have something similar to that called "Hens and Chicks" Sempervivum. They are a very hardy and pretty succulent. BTW nice picture.
Sempervivium are similar leaves are less fleshy thinner but geometrically perfect they have beautiful tones of brown / red colors

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Really nice shot - esp composition, depth of field of the pic and its exposure is just spot on.

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Nice shot John.

Anyway if I was in Australia I'd go anywhere with my FZ in search for snakes to photograph. That's a marvellous land.
Have you ever taken shots in the local Zoos?

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Nice shot John.

Anyway if I was in Australia I'd go anywhere with my FZ in search for snakes to photograph. That's a marvellous land.
Have you ever taken shots in the local Zoos?

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Thanks Narmer .... last time I went th the zoo I was a schooll boy LOL I guess there is still time

And yes Australia is quite a continent.
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