Our bush walk in August was priceless. An explosion of gold and wattle scented air greeted us. It was a cool day for a walk and rain drizzled lightly upon us.
We bumped into the Running Postman flowering radiantly.
Clematis scaled shrubs and trees blooming exuberantly. It was a sight to feast your eyes upon.
We were thrilled to discover the Blue Fairy Orchids standing tall with a delicate bloom swaying in the tender breeze.
An Upright Spider Orchid was discovered along our path.
The Sundew flowers noticed last month have delicate soft pink and white blooms. The whole plant seems fragile it’s hard to believe it catches insects for their nutrients.
Buttercups are sprinkled across the bush. The children pick one to place under the others chin to see the golden colour reflected against the skin. It’s discovered everyone loves butter.
Early Nancy had awoken from her slumber.
And the Blue Pimpernel throws out a touch of blue amongst the ocean of green.
What do you anticipate seeing on your bushwalks?