For the last square of Becky’s month of blue squares.
Blue bounty — After his 1699 expedition William Dampier was among the first to cast aside the idea that WA’s low, scraggly looking vegetation was of little botanical worth and commented on the predominance of blue flowers. ( https://www.australiangeographic.com.au/topics/science-environment/2017/05/wildflowers-of-western-australia-3/ )
For Becky’s squares, it’s the meeting of the Southern Ocean and the Indian Ocean. Can you see a dividing line?
Another picture, getting stretched for Becky’s Blue squares.
Also from the Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light, some blue highlights for Becky’s squares.
Created like the proverbial smoke screen, for the Adelaide Fringe Parade of Light and Becky’s Blue squares.
They just keep on popping up for Becky’s blue squares.
Another blue square for Becky’s collection.
Perfect aspect for any day and perfect for Becky’s Blue squares
Perched on the sand and on the wall, for Becky’s Blue Squares.
Rolling into another week of Becky’s Blue squares, wouldn’t we all like to stay in blue beach houses?