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Especially Gum Trees And Cycads Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 4 pictures in our Especially Gum Trees And Cycads collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Cycads after the fire - detail of a cycads freshly sprouted leaves after a wildfire
Cycads after the fire - detail of a cycads freshly sprouted leaves after a wildfire
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Cycads after the fire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire with freshly sprouted cycads
Cycads after the fire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire with freshly sprouted cycads
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Wildfire in the bush - the flames of a raging bushfire burn up dried grass and gum trees
Wildfire in the bush - the flames of a raging bushfire burn up dried grass and gum trees
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Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire
Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire
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Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire. Though trees and soil are still blackened, new sprouts of green are already visible Featured Image

Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire. Though trees and soil are still blackened, new sprouts of green are already visible

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Bushfire - forest in Far North of the Northern Territory after a wildfire. Though trees and soil are still blackened, new sprouts of green are already visible
Northern Territory, Australia
Wild - or bushfires are a rather normal sight in the very dry areas of central and western Australia. A lot of plants; especially gum trees and cycads; are adapted to these conditions and quickly sprout anew. In fact; some of them need the occurance of a bushfire for renewal; which is the case with cycads. The traditional owners; the Aboriginal people; use this ability of nature to recover as method of hunting. With controlled burns they force grass to sprout anew which again brings back grazing wildlife like kangaroos. Uncontrolled bushfires; though; often eat up a lot of land and can cause damage which takes decades to recover. Such burn damages can be seen throughout Australia.
Steffen & Alexandra Sailer
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