Western Wildflower Wonderland

Western Australia has seen the best spring wildflower season in many years. I managed to get out into wildflower country a few times and it was well worth it, but I still have to learn some of the names! It’s something my late husband and I enjoyed doing together and I still love going for long drives in the beautiful countryside.

These are some of my favourite wildflower photos.

 

I’ve entered the one below in a Wildflower Photo Competition. There are some really beautiful photo entries but if you like mine, please vote for it at Australia’s Golden Outback.

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Healthy Flowers Happy Bees (Dryandra)

6 thoughts on “Western Wildflower Wonderland

  1. Loved your photo Christina, it got my vote! It’s strange but this year (after 13 years) I really got into the wildflowers! Mez and I camped at wogoona hills, walked at noble falls and visited king’s park. Maybe it’s because I normally miss it, as usually I’m in the uk at this time. Or maybe it’s taken me 13 years to stop comparing it to flowers in England! Whatever it is, I thought the flowers were beautiful. Strangely the ones closest to home, in star swamp, were the best!

    On Sun., 14 Oct. 2018, 6:51 pm Searching for Ironman, wrote:

    > Christina B posted: “Western Australia has seen the best spring wildflower > season in many years. I managed to get out into wildflower country a few > times and it was well worth it, but I still have to learn some of the > names! It’s something my late husband and I enjoyed doing ” >

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