The Grampians is famous for its Spring flowers and has a wide range of native orchids. I think I may have been there about two weeks too early as there were large numbers of orchid shows leaves only and no flowers (boo!). But tucked away in quiet warm spots I did find a few.
Wax Lip Orchid
Pink Fingers Orchid
A type of pea (there are lots in the Grampains!)
Mantis or Spider Orchid
Nodding Greenhood Orchid
Grampians Thryptomene (each flower is only about 8 -10 mm across)
You can find more close up / macro images at here at Macro Monday.
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Enjoy the close ups!