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Images by Australian photographer Reg Morrison

Choose from 734 pictures in our Reg Morrison collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Celery-top pine (Phyllocladus aspleniifolius) Featured Reg Morrison Image

Celery-top pine (Phyllocladus aspleniifolius)

Celery-top pine (Phyllocladus aspleniifolius), has minute leaves, under a millimetre long; what appear to be leaves are modified stems, phylloclades. Mount Field National Park, Tasmania, Australia

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Backlit, Coniferous, Conifers, Endemic To Australia, Evergreen, Flora, Native, Phyllocladus, Phyllocladus Asplenifolius, Pinales, Pinopsida, Plant, Podocarpaceae, Tall, Tasmanian, Timber Vegetation, Tree, Trunk

Remains of lava tubes (foreground) snaking through the surrounding woodlands Featured Reg Morrison Image

Remains of lava tubes (foreground) snaking through the surrounding woodlands

Remains of lava tubes (foreground) snaking through the surrounding woodlands. Undara Volcanic National Park contains the remains of one of the earths longest flows of lava from a single volcano: an estimated 1000 cubic metres a second flowing over 90 km to the north and 160 km to the north-west. Undara Volcanic National Park, near Mount Surprise, northeastern Queensland, Australia

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The 'Prison Tree', Derby, Western Australia Featured Reg Morrison Image

The "Prison Tree", Derby, Western Australia

Boab tree (Adansonia gregorii) the Prison Tree'. In the latter half of the 19th century many Boab trees were used as overnight cells for Aboriginal prisoners being escorted to the nearest town for trial.
There are two species of Adansonia - one in tropical Africa, and this one Adansonia gregorii which is confined to coastal north west Western Australia and some areas of the Northern Territory. The particular tree in Derby, Western Australia is at least 1000 years old and has a girth of 14 metres., Derby, Western Australia

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