- Posted by Peter MacDonald
- On September 19, 2015
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One of the locations I use for my workshops in the Flinders Ranges is in the Heysen Range. It’s interesting for workshops because the area changes depending on time of day, season and weather.
The ranges have a gentler coat on now….all green and no sign of the more typical rocky reds, browns and yellows.
This was taken late afternoon yesterday and of course its pretty lush country after winter rains and a cooler climate. In a few months time though it will be a different, harder look altogether.
I’ve added this photo…spring flowers from the scene above. I am not familiar with the type but it appears to be one of the many species of salt bush or some sort of hops.
Trying out the new Fuji 90mm f2 prime lens on the flowers.