I’ve been gone so long that I got a ‘Welcome to WordPress’ message, asking if I wanted a guided tour!

Half my problem is the new editor. Well, off course, it’s not new now.

Anyway, I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve taken photos to share here and then, oops, let the editor scare me off.

Today, I DECLARE I WILL POST EVERY DAY FOR THE NEXT 365 DAYS.

Yeah, really.

Earlier this afternoon, between rain showers, Rob and I drove to a clearing in the forest across from us, for a walk. I have a couple of photos to share. I could hear birds, but I seem to have lost the knack of seeing them in time. It’s much the same in my garden.

There’s still a couple of weeks of Spring left here and I was hoping for plenty of wildflowers.

This cute grass caught my eye. Up close, the pods look like furry grubs.

There were lots of paper-like everlasting daisies on show. Last year, I popped a tiny plant in my pocket for planting in my garden. It grew, and now has two little yellow everlasting daisy buds on it.

Last but not least, are these odd bulbous-shaped pink flowers.

I still haven’t got myself a field guide to wildflowers.

Okay, that’s it. I’m sorry if you’re still waiting for me to approve your response to my last post. I’ll improve, I promise.

Until tomorrow, then.

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Australian native plants, Flowers

Oops, I did it again — another two months gone

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A roadside gazania, with bee.

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Bees & Bugs, Flowers

Gazania, with bee

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My cistus bush is flowering at the moment, providing a beaut splash of colour in my garden.

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And, here on the blog! I never know exactly what colour the background will be, but did try to influence it by adding the pink fuzzy border to the image.

Thanks for looking.

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Bees & Bugs, Flowers

Bee on a Rock Rose

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