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Photographs by Michael Maconachie

Choose from 398 pictures in our Michael Maconachie collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Thrombolites, living rocks Featured Michael Maconachie Print

Thrombolites, living rocks

Thrombolites, living rocks, in calcium carbonate-rich fresh water, growing at an average of a millimetre a year. One of the earliest forms of life, producing oxygen that over eons created the atmosphere we live in today. Lake Clifton, Yalgorup National Park, Western Australia

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Accretion, Aquatic, Cyanobacterial, Freshwater, Life, Living Rocks, Mat Forming, Microbial Structure, Microbialites, Nitrogen Fixer, Nitrogen Fixing, Photosynthetic, Primitive, Rare, Single Celled

Australian anchor plant - rare plant (Discaria pubescens) Featured Michael Maconachie Print

Australian anchor plant - rare plant (Discaria pubescens)

Australian anchor plant - rare plant (Discaria pubescens), rare plant, in bloom with small white flowers. Bullen Range Nature Reserve, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

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Australian, Australian Anchor Plant, Discaria, Discaria Australis, Endemic To Australia, Flora, Flowering, Hairy Anchor Plant, Low, Native, Plant, Rare, Rhamnaceae, Rosales, Shrub, Spiky Anchor Plant, Spiny, Threatened, Vegetation, Wildflowers

Gosse Bluff a meteorite crater created by a massive cosmic impac Featured Michael Maconachie Print

Gosse Bluff a meteorite crater created by a massive cosmic impac

Gosse Bluff a meteorite crater created by a massive cosmic impact about 130 million years ago. a meteorite crater from a massive cosmic impact about 130 million years ago. The ramparts 250 m high and inner crater 4 km wide are the base of a rebound 'splash' that formed far below the vaporisation chamber and remained frozen underground until gradually revealed by erosion. Tnorala Conservation Reserve, Missionary Plain, Northern Territory, Australia

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