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Wildflowers in Western Australia
27 Sep 2013
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The Western Australian landscape is monochromatic except for a few weeks in spring when wildflowers strut their stuff. Finding the flowers involves traveling on back roads, collecting information from small town tourists centers, and luck. The spring crop is dependent on winter rains and transitional temperatures. These flowers were found 3-4 hours north of Perth. This video also contains photos of The Pinnacles, limestone monoliths seemingly sprouting from desert sand.

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