Friday, September 22, 2017

Flowers, flowers and more flowers!



Just a few of the many wildflowers seen at the Kings Park Festival during the month of September. Fields of Everlastings as far as the eye can see.. if you look you will see the Wildflower Egg from yesterdays post unsuccessfully hiding behind the tree :) So many flowers, some pretty and some pretty weird! You can see some of the many different types of Banksia in the last shot. I wish you could smell the perfume from the mass planting  of Baronia plants, heavenly! Hard to believe that when I took these shots on Monday the temperature got to 27C and here we are today, back to stormy weather! Happy Friday, take care and stay safe...



32 comments:

  1. So beautiful, Grace! It feels odd to see your spring flowers when we have fall Chrysanthemums everywhere but they are not happy since we are having hot weather - up into the 30s this weekend!

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  2. Tis the changeable season North and South! Thanks for the flowers

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  3. ...you never can have too many.

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  4. Wow, it's like a sea of color! I love it.

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  5. That's what's good, you bring us spring when in our latitudes autumn arrives. the mink of these flowers of these colors of all this rebirth of nature brings back a little joy. I wish I could change hemispheres when autumn arrives: -) Have a nice day.

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  6. What a wonderful conglomeration! I really like wildflowers but we don't have anything like what you have. Florida has some pink ones and Texas has blue ones and I'm sure other states have other colors but this place is filled with color and perfume.

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  7. Schöne Bilder vom Frühling bei uns ist nun Herbst.

    Noke

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  8. They certainly are a cheerful sight to see.

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  9. Wildflower heaven, very pretty to see.

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  10. Beautiful Grace. Only 2 degrees cooler than here in Michigan today.

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  11. Great shots of those beautiful spring flowers.

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  12. Wow that field of flowers must be a sight to behold.

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  13. Beautiful photos and so colorful. We are moving into fall, here.

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  14. Boronia has the most beautiful smell, but I can't remember the scent at all now. I love the montage.

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  15. Oh, these are beautiful! Delightful post.

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  16. Wow! I'll bet those flowers are a welcome sight after winter. They're really beautiful. You timed your visit well.

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  17. Love it when Spring comes and there's lots of colour!

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  18. A very nice series of pictures. I love your work!!

    Greetings from the Netherlands!
    Gert Jan
    www.gertjanhermus.nl

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  19. In the top photo Nature has provided you a beautiful carpet of pink!

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  20. I love all of that beautiful pink in your first shot Grace! Lovely pictures.

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  21. Thank you, Grace, you made me smile real big with your "... unsuccessfully hiding behind the tree :) "!
    27C, oh, wow, how cozy! We already have the heating on.
    And... btw: Beautiful flowers!

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  22. Hopefully I won't be too jet-lagged to visit kings park this coming week. On the last leg of the way home now.

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  23. Beautiful, nature produces some beautiful flowers. Take care Diane

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  24. oh, wow, how cozy! We already have the heating on.


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