In response to Terri’s Sunday Stills challenge, ‘texture’ I have these textures from the Flinders Ranges:
Botanic name eremophila, this is my flower of the day. It comes in a variety of colours and blooms.
This one was in Quorn, in the Southern Flinders Ranges. A messy, medium shrub with a mass of flowers.
For sonofabeach96’s whichway challenge, I’ll include my favourite way – to the beach – and for #1 it’s the Denmark region of Western Australia.
From the Coral Coast, Western Australia, and growing in sand, it’s for Cee’s flower of the day. There are so many wildflowers (more than 12000 species) during the season and very hard to find all the names. This year is set to be a bumper year, with above average rainfall, so if you’re heading to the west, make sure to visit one of the wildflower trails.
Safe travels. Take water and a hat, and your camera.
I’m having a go at Cee’s fun photo challenge this week:
black and white, air plane, cloud, frame in frame.
vehicle, building, power lines,
I am fond of clouds
Don’t worry, I’ll run out, soon, and Spring is around the corner for more photo specimens. But for today, it’s another Tasmanian orchid.
From within the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Conservatory.