Bumper cropPosted: July 8, 2014 Filed under: Australia, Flora, Landscapes, macrocarpa, WA | Tags: Australian flora, large fruited mallee, macrocarpa pyriformis, Rose mallee, West Australian botanicals 2 Comments
I’ve been thrashing about in the bush, breaking into interpretive dance when a spider walks on my face, and walking around in public places all day oblivious to the vegetation stuck in my viking braids. Nothing unusual there. What is special is my discovery of a whole new range of colours in my subject matter. Recent rain and heat have prompted a whole new set of flowers to break the bonds of their containment and spread their stamens. A few of my favourite things from the last couple of weeks. As always, I love knowing what your favourites are.