The only reasonable shot I managed of this Corella,
note the extra long beak, the main difference between
him and his smaller cousin, the Little Corella which
has a short beak and is generally smaller.
Anyone for a fried egg?
Half inch long blue bells dancing in the breeze.
The stars of heaven have drifted down to earth.
Bouquet of gold on impossible looking stony ground.
Little wildflowers anyone would be proud of in their garden.
Bright orange glowing on this dark and rainy day,
and a three foot high bush of Rice Flowers.
The Grampians are a great drawcard in the springtime
for their veriety of wildflowers, koalas, kangaroos and
prolific bird life.
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These are so lovely Arija; I am sitting in a dark, chilly, rainy day and looking at the flowers and colors brings great light to this wet Indiana Autumn. (I would prefer snow....)ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots, as always, Arija. That flower does look so much like an over easy egg!ReplyDelete
Amazing variety of flowers and sprectrum of colors. I truly believe that some people were born to be gardeners. Everything they touch bloom and grow. Uou are just like what my mother did and my sisters do now, giving life and colors through their garden. Mine, I am content with the plants not wilting or withering but there was a year when my garden bloomed and the leaves were gigantic. I love leaves more than flowers sometimes. I love the green color of plants.ReplyDelete
Oh, I love all the beautiful flowers in your world, Arija! Such lovely colors and your photos are marvelous as always!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your day!
These flowers are all beautiful Arija. Thank you for brightening my day. I wish you rain.ReplyDelete
Had to laugh at the fried egg flower, now off to fry an egg for breakfast. ;-)
What beautiful pictures. I am looking for any kind of color in the garden these days. I love the pink fluffy blooms on the rice flower.ReplyDelete
I enjoy seeing all the different flowers in your world.Some so small,yet so beautiful.Thanks.ReplyDelete
I love the orange flowers in particular - and the white rice flowers. What a wealth of wildflowers in your area!ReplyDelete
Greetings from Durham.
My favourite photo is of those beautiful blue bells - they are rather like our harebell but have longer stems. Lovely photos. All our flowers have gone to bed for the winter here - now we wait for the snowdrops in January.ReplyDelete
Fabulous series of the prettiest flowers, and that Corella is such an interesting bird. Loved your post, as always :)ReplyDelete
Fried egg flowers - where's the toast and bacon? ;)ReplyDelete
What a wonderful variety of flowers, Arija! And your photos are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Have a nice week!
We used to have some of your fried egg plant in our garden. Of course, flowers that grow wild in your part of the world have to be cultivated here. It's lovely seeing them in their natural habitat.ReplyDelete
So many lovely flowers :-)ReplyDelete
Wow!I enjoy seeing all the different flowers in your world. My favourite has to be the Blue bells. I just love blue flowers;)ReplyDelete
Thank you for your nice comments at my blog! It's always nice to here from you:))
Big hug from Pernille:))
Spring is looking very beautiful! That bird sure does have a long beak! And I smiled wide when I read the caption under the white and yellow blossom. :)ReplyDelete
A wonderful variety of beautiful flowers. You did them justice with your great shots.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing these colourful flowers with us.ReplyDelete
Great bush wildflowers. Thanks for showing us these.ReplyDelete
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Oh, I forgot. You are down under and getting into spring. Pretty flowers.ReplyDelete
Your pictures brighten our gloomy days!ReplyDelete
Cheering to see the lovely colour. Especially given that my corner of the planet is so dull and grey at the moment.ReplyDelete
I've got just a few wildflowers hanging on here in Ohio not the color you have. Thanks for the postReplyDelete
Those photos sure are gorgeous. You prolong summer for me.ReplyDelete
Just wonderful to see your beautiful wildflowers when my world is turning white, Arija. The enlarged photos are a treat.ReplyDelete
It's fun seeing your beautiful spring while we are in a totally different season here. You show a beautiful part of the world. I'd love to see it one day.ReplyDelete
Another beautiful series of photos! I love bluebells and the fried egg made me laugh.ReplyDelete
Arija: That is certainly a beautiful bird when you click on it. Thanks for showing some of your flowers in bloom.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots of these little flowers!ReplyDelete
i agree, we do learn something new by looking at the world of other contributors. great set of pics again.ReplyDelete
Ah, what lovely signs of spring.. you lucky thing!ReplyDelete
Wow, an fried egg flower!!! Beautiful captures.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting me. The main trouble with all our national commemorative days is they're always about suffering, sadness... etc. There's too much focus on the ones who done us wrong... Even on Independence Day that should be a joyful occasion.
What wonderful taste of Spring!ReplyDelete
The fried egg elicited a smile, as delicious and appetizing looking indeed.
Grey foggy November afternoon here. I noticed that overnight most of the golden leaves of the tree in front of my window have disappeared. Suddenly we are sliding into winter, I am afraid.
A glorious springtime to you! :-)
Your wildflower are all very pretty, so fragile and delicate. I can almost feel the blossoms' delightful scent in the air of my cloudy, autumnal world. This little fried egg flower is new for me, so thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your visit and kind words too.
Wonderful, Arija! It's great to know that spring is on its way at the other side of the world. A promise to us at a time that the evening starts early and the wind is blowing around the house.ReplyDelete
I love the white wildflowers. The egg, oh my goodness, I love it.ReplyDelete
I laughed at the spanish inquisition. har har.
That generation was way off. Talk about unequal rights.
Love Renee xoxo
Thanks for letting me see your world.ReplyDelete
I love wildflowers very much and this collection is lovely indeed! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
The Grampians must be a wondrous place. The flowers are so lovely.ReplyDelete
I'm wild about these wildflowers. To see heaven in a wildflower, to quote William Blake.ReplyDelete
:) so many beautiful flowers, but, sure I´d love the egg. :)ReplyDelete
These are all beautiful but my favorite is the "fried egg" shot and the tiny bluebells and that last one.ReplyDelete