28 August 2013

Spring wild-flowers in white

A great spot to go walkabout through this beautiful bushland yesterday afternoon.  Being the same location as in the header photograph, at Norah Head on the Central Coast, of N.S.W.

To break up a series of posts from here I've decided to separate them colour-wise.  Today will be for the white flowers ...

with lovely white sand underfoot

ti-tree





...a nearby national park had controlled burn-off happening.  It was pretty impressive while standing here!


too early for the flannel-flowers, still budding

but here's a couple of Flannel-Flower photos from last years visit




6 comments:

Montanagirl said...

Nice! I like them all, but my favorites are the Smoke shot, and the second to last photo: That white flower against the blue sky is really pretty.

Bob Bushell said...

Pretty white things, the flowers are superb.

Digi-Irma said...

Hi Carole, what a great photos.
Photo 6 and 10 are my favorite.
Greetings Irma

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I've never heard of a flannel flower. It is really pretty against the blue sky. I'm glad the fire was a controlled burn. There are so many wild fires burning in the US these days.

Ken Schneider said...

Beautiful flowers, Carole!

Brian King said...

Gorgeous country! I love the sun coming through the smoke!