Root nodules to house nitrogen-fixing bacteria.
Kind of unusual-looking pandanus.
Sugarcane color diversity.
Growing on a Banksia trunk.
A couple varieties nearly ready for shellies. Probably "Speckled Cranberry" & "Ojo de Cabra."
Variety "Calliope." Bears smallish but numerous eggplants. Also made a couple of doubled-up fruits.
Variety "Hmong Red" fully ripe.
Variety "Hmong Red," in the early stages of ripeness.
Freshly-harvested seeds from varieties "Guatemalan Purple" and "MC's Best" (the latter bred for size).
Diverse crowd of baby lettuces.
Marvel of 4 Seasons (Merveille de Quatre Saisons)- reddest
Rouge d'Hiver- brownish red
Tennis Ball- dwarf all-green variety; grown at Monticello.
Freshly-shelled seeds, with their ridiculously purple shucks behind them.
Pods, some flowers off to the left, and a bonus Morning Glory.
Variety "Moon and Stars."
Tidepools. Image file corrupted so no view on the mouth.
Photo by SKB.
On the wall of a sinkhole/swimming hole.
Dive site Cave Bay. Max depth 39 feet.
Really big and much too friendly for comfort, especially as this was less than a month after the Crocodile Hunter's terminal stingray incident.